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The case for supporting active living 


More than 80% of adults do not meet the guidelines for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities, and only one in three adults receive the recommended amount of physical activity each week.


Recent reports project that by 2030, half of all adults (115 million adults) in the United States will be obese.


Obesity-related illness, including chronic disease, disability, and death, is estimated to carry an annual cost of $190.2 billion.


Not getting enough physical activity comes with high health and financial costs. It can lead to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers, and obesity. In addition, lack of physical activity costs the nation $117 billion annually for related health care.


According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases account for 1/3 of all deaths. By 2035, people will have at least 1 cardiovascular disease. Learn more about the cost of cardiovascular disease here.

INDEAL Cares is dedicated to helping employees in North America get active. 

Active Living

INDEAL Cares is dedicated to encouraging individuals to enjoy an active lifestyle, encouraging employees to move more –both in the workplace and outside it –and to support other worthy organizations who are also dedicated to supporting this important area. Visit our Living Well Library for resources that inspire, motivate, and lead you to physical health and well-being.

INDEAL Cares is proud to be a Live Fierce: Be Well sponsor of one of the largest and well-respected health organizations dedicated to supporting active living and disease prevention: the American Heart Association. Together, we hope to guide you to a longer, healthier life and invite you to live fierce. Embrace the power to take charge of your own well-being with resources from the American Heart Association that can help you build science-backed healthy habits to help you thrive.


We are proud to support the mission of the American Heart Association to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.


Learn more about American Heart Association here. 
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