Much of the business world is realizing the potential high return on investment from programs that promote wellness and disease prevention. Workplace wellness programs seeking to improve health of employees through healthy food, activity, and mindfulness can improve worker satisfaction, retention, and productivity by ensuring their workplaces offer healthy environments and access to preventive healthcare services.

The insurance industry can also play a very significant role in promoting good nutrition and wellness among its customers by incentivizing healthy purchases, covering adequate preventive services (including nutrition services), and covering medically-tailored meals or nutrition prescriptions for patients who are most seriously ill or low-income. Key influencers in the life insurance industry are even becoming interested in promoting nutrition because they realize that living long, healthy lives can benefit both providers and customers.

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