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National Nutrition Month: Over 75% of Americans using technology to meet their health and fitness goals

QuestionPro.com, a provider of online survey and analytics tools, today announced the results of a new nationwide survey that shows that consumers are leveraging a host of new technologies and devices to meet their fitness objectives. According to the survey, 77 percent of respondents reported using some sort of health, fitness or nutrition app as a way to advance their overall health and nutrition levels. QuestionPro surveyed a cross-section of the American population in conjunction with March being National Nutrition Month.

"Technology is being integrated into nearly every facet of our lives and now we're seeing consumers incorporating a wide range of devices and apps to fulfill their goals of living a more healthy lifestyle," said Erik Koto, CEO of QuestionPro, Inc.

Among some of the other survey findings include:

  • 77% of people use some sort of health/fitness/nutrition app
  • 62% would have or consider having an implantable chip for preventive medicine (43% of those are conservative, compared to 72% liberal)
  • Sugar is the most important area of nutrition people track (followed by fats/calories, then carbs)

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