Most Americans Have Tried To Improve Their Health Since Start Of Pandemic


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Here's today's feel-good story:

Eight in ten Americans have said that working on their health has been important to them since the start of the pandemic.

A survey of 13,000 people in 24 countries, including 2,000 people in the United States, has said that their health is a "work in progress."

81% of those respondents say that the pandemic helped them to kickstart their motivation to be more healthy and 56% of them say that they can now exercise longer without feeling winded.

“Be it exercising, healthy cooking or including more vitamins and supplements to your routine, for many, the pandemic has provided an opportunity to improve health habits overall,” said Dr. Kent Bradley, chief health and nutrition officer at Herbalife Nutrition. “Consistency is key when one commits to a healthy lifestyle.”

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