Sunday, June 10. 2012
A report compiled by Interlex Communications, along with the Center for Science in the Public Interest and the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity showed that many Americans are want to cut down their sugary drink consumption.
More than half of those surveyed explained they want to cut down on their consumption of sugary beverages, the report noted. Another 57 percent said that these types of beverages have a direct influence on obesity.
"This report's findings are critical as they, for the first time, show the consumer's perspective and attitudes on 'sugary drink' marketing and messaging," said Rudy Ruiz, president and CEO, Interlex Communications, Inc. "It is critical for us to understand how these messages impact and resonate with the consumer in our efforts to educate them about healthier options."
Those without a healthcare policy who have obesity issues, or want to improve their health situation, may want to look for another option. There are many health insurance plans available, and if a person looks closely enough, they may get a policy with affordable health insurance rates.
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