ANAHEIM, Calif. — Employees of Whole Foods Market who participated in an in-house health assessment and support program reduced their weight by an average of 7% at the end of a six-month period, according to one of the initiative’s organizers. Adam Reiser, executive director of Engine 2 For Life, an Austin, Texas-based company that’s been helping Whole Foods administer its popular “Health Starts Here” program, said a number of related health metrics ...
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