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The 2009 "Life...supplemented" My Wellness Scorecard National Study, conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs, reveals that nearly three-quarters of American women try to live a healthy lifestyle, but often miss the mark.
From the press release:
Ranked on a scale from "AlphaWELL" (those who are extremely proactive and meticulous about their health) to "OhWELL" (those who do little to nothing about maintaining their health), participants were evaluated on their overall wellness regimen-maintaining a healthy diet, taking supplements, getting routine exercise and other general lifestyle habits. Only one percent of women are "AlphaWELLs" and 26 percent are "WELLs," while 42 percent and 31 percent are "WannabeWELLs" and OhWELLs," respectively.