Bringing 2023: 2 in 5 people think they will return to their 'pre-pandemic bodies' next year

Bringing 2023: 2 in 5 people think they will return to their ‘pre-pandemic bodies’ next year

New York – Two out of three Americans credit the past two years with teaching them how important their health really is. That’s according to a survey of 2,000 adults in the United States over the age of 30, with many saying weight loss is a “big health goal” for them over the next year.

In fact, 71 percent think the pandemic has taught them to be more mindful of their health. Since the onset of the epidemic in March 2020, 64 percent have admitted that their physical health has been affected – half of all respondents added that they had gained weight in the past two years. Among them, 52 percent gained between nine and 20 pounds.

Commissioned by Nutrisystem and conducted by OnePollThe study asked respondents how their health habits and goals today compare to the pre-pandemic world.

Prior to March 2020, common health concerns included Weight loss (33%), weight gain (33%), stress or exhaustion (31%), and mental health (27%). Now, stress, fatigue (33%) and weight gain (31%) still bother a similar percentage of respondents.

Regardless, seven in 10 agree that they have become more aware of the way they treat their bodies since the pandemic began.

2 out of 3 want to lose weight to improve their health

With the new understanding of their health, 64 percent are motivated to lose weight because they know it has an impact on their immunity. About six in 10 (61%) now understand that a healthy diet and lifestyle can better protect their long-term health.

Respondents are not only making positive changes to their health, but they also maintain a positive attitude with 41 percent believing they can return to their pre-pandemic bodies.

“Take care of ourselves, whether that is the case Maintain a healthy weight “Or losing weight, it’s very important to our overall health, and the pandemic has really put that in the spotlight,” Nutrisystem Nutritionist Courtney McCormick says in a statement. “However, many of us still struggle to take that step towards a healthier lifestyle because it feels difficult and unattainable. But the truth is, it doesn’t have to be.”

More than half (52%) of the respondents believe that the epidemic has affected their daily routine. Among these respondents, 58 percent admitted that their routines had been severely disrupted.

2023 is officially the post-pandemic era

However, change may be on the horizon, with 67 percent feeling they would be able to return to Pre-pandemic actions in 2023. Nearly three in five (59%) think it will be easier to stay healthy and fit next year than this year. Therefore, it is not surprising that 59% focus on returning to maintain fitness and activity.

More than half (52%) think things have stabilized to the point where they are able to get there Return to a healthy stateAnd that 2023 will be an improvement over the past two years when it comes to health.

Seventy percent feel they have a better chance of focusing on their health in the next year, and 42 percent plan to make health their top priority. Other areas of focus include having a consistent eating schedule (55%) and spending less time indoors (45%).

“There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to health and wellness,” McCormick adds.

Survey Methodology:

This randomized, double-joint survey of 2,002 Americans over the age of 30 was conducted by Nutrisystem between September 16 and September 27, 2022. It was conducted by market research firm OnePoll, whose team members are from Market Research Association They are also members of the American Association for Public Opinion Research.aborThe European Society for Opinion Research and MarketingIsomar).


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