Jason Langheier, a physician, knew that poor diet was a major problem in the U.S. But he also knew employers could be — and should be — be part of the solution.

“I’ve seen firsthand the immense impact that diet has on overall health — both when I launched the pediatric weight management clinic at Boston Medical Center and in my own family, as multiple family members have struggled with obesity,” Langheier says. “Employers have both the opportunity, as health plan providers and locations where many food choices are made, and the motive — lowering health costs — to take on poor nutrition in the U.S.”

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