Poor nutrition and chronic conditions are linked.
As the state's largest locally owned health insurer we see the health problems that result from poor nutrition. The complicated illnesses and diseases can compromise quality of life for those impacted often resulting in added stress and increased cost of care.Learn More
Map the Meal Gap 2016 is the largest report on county and congressional district level food insecurity and county food costs in the United States. The study showed the following:View Document
In a typical day adults are not getting enough nutrients. Poor eating habits increase the odds for health complications.View Document
The looming outcome of food insecurity — not getting proper nutrition — is long-term health problems, including high blood pressure, heart disease, and obesity.View Document
Almost 600,000 people in Arizona have diabetes — that is more than the entire population of Tempe, Glendale and Scottsdale combined.View Document
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