-It is estimated that 75% of the American adult population does not engage, on a daily basis, in a 30 minutes of low-to-moderate physical activity.

-Chronic diseases have become the leading killer among the adult population in the United States. It accounts for 70% of the annual death toll.

-Chronic diseases are preventable and manageable through early detection, treatment, and by simply living a healthy lifestyle that includes being active (exercise) and eating clean.

-25% of people diagnosed with chronic disease have been shown to suffer from some degree of permanent physical or mental impairment.

-The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that chronic disease were responsible for 5 of the 6 leading causes of deaths in the US.

-57% of all chronic diseases death were cardiovascular and cancer related. A disturbing fact, knowing that nearly 80% of these deaths could have been easily prevented if healthy lifestyle had been employed.

-At present, 66% of Americans older than the age of 20 are overweight. This is a condition of being 25 to 29.9 pounds over an individual’s recommended weight for his or her height.

-Roughly 34% of Americans are obese. This is a condition of being considerably overweight, and refers to individuals who are 30 or more pounds over their recommended ideal weight for their height.

-72 Million American population are obese. And sadly, the same behavior is trending amount youth, ages 2 to 19. And if this continues, 1 in 4 children will be overweight or obese by 2016 and beyond.

-An optimal cholesterol level is said to be lower than 180mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter).

-A good cholesterol level is less than 200 mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter).

-Borderline cholesterol level is said to between 200 and 239 mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter).

-High risk cholesterol level is 240 mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter) and over.

-Keeping your cholesterol levels healthy is a great way to keep your heart healthy – while lowering your chances for heart disease and stroke.

-Cholesterol is a waxy substance that’s produced and released into the bloodstream by cells inside the liver wall. The body utilizes it to form cell membranes, help with digestion, vitamin D conversion, and hormones production. Cholesterol is store inside a waterproof sack of fat (lipids), along with lipoprotein. Lipoprotein are molecules made up protein and fat that carry cholesterol and similar substances through the bloodstream.

-Low back pain is primarily the cause of musculoskeletal degeneration affecting nearly 80% the adult population in the United States.

-Knee Injuries is a serious problem affecting a large number of the population. In fact, an estimated 80,000 to 100,000 anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries occur annually in the United States. And nearly 70% of them are from non-contact sport or activities related.

Musculoskeletal injuries or symptoms were the number two reason for physician visits in 2003, and the number issteadily climbing. 31 million visits for back issues, 10 million visits for lower-back, 19 million for knee problems, 14 million visits for shoulder, and another disturbing 11 million for foot and ankle.

-1 in 10 adults in the United States have chronic kidney disease (CKD).

-Adults with diabetes or high blood pressure have a higher risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD)

-26.6 million Americans are diagnosed with heart disease.

-6.4 million Americans have had at least 1 stroke. That’s 2.7% of the population.

-32.5% of adults 20 and older have hypertension