While 81% of U.S. adults have cut spending in the last six months, 70% say they don't plan on letting their health and wellbeing falter
A survey from Medifast of 2,000 American adults found that 75% have been affected by inflation and 81% have cut down on their spending within the last six months. But despite these financial challenges 70% of respondents said they do not plan on letting their health and wellbeing falter, with 57% saying they would spend more time on their health and wellbeing in the coming year.
"Despite the challenging moments the world has faced over the past couple of years, it is no surprise that people are motivated to invest their time and resources into prioritizing their health and wellbeing," said Dan Chard, chairman and CEO of Medifast. "Consumer focus and awareness around health is stronger than ever and will remain important as we enter the new year.”
Other key findings include: