Wellness in America Today
Over 45 million Americans attempt to diet each year. However, almost 95% of those who go on a diet and likely lose weight, tend to later regain everything they lost and then some according to Harriet Brown in her March 2015 article 'The Weight of the Evidence'.
We designed our program to last you for a lifetime of proper weight management. Your WAOA Wellness Membership program offers you (and your family) world-class wellness programs and services that allow you to address your specific healthcare needs including proper nutrition, weight loss and lifetime weight management.
It provides you with good health and wellness articles and several other wellness programs to support your good health and wellness.... for your lifetime.
"A WISE MAN SHOULD CONSIDER THAT HEALTH IS THE GREATEST OF HUMAN BLESSINGS" -- HIPPOCRATES
Welcome to the Wellness Association of America (WAOA). We value our members and will always strive to make their experience a very pleasant one. Our "purpose and mission" is clearly stated above, "health is the greatest of human blessings".
What is a Wellness Membership?
- A Wellness Assessment, a good start on your journey to better health
- Weight Loss and Lifetime Weight Management, a sustainable program for your lifetime
- Wellness Nutritional and Counseling Programs, the latest in good health & wellness
- Access to Pharmaceutical-grade Vitamins/Supplements, to support your specific needs
- (Optional) Delta Dental Plans, Short term medical insurance Plans, AD&D and Critical Illness coverages.
The problem in America today...
A majority of our population is considered overweight and/or obese which can result in a multitude of serious diseases unless addressed. A major cause is that many Americans do not follow an overall healthy lifestyle that includes proper nutrition and daily exercise as many Americans take their health for granted. As a result, health related diseases* are rampant in America. This includes:
- Cardiovascular disease affects 82 million Americans
- Strokes are a leading cause of death
- Type II Diabetes affects 27 million Americans with an estimated 67 million individuals having been diagnosed as Pre-Diabetic.
* STATISTICS FROM THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC), KAISER FOUNDATION