Survey finds more people focus on diet, exercise

11/10/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

An American Dietetic Association survey of 783 U.S. adults found people are becoming more health savvy, with 43% saying they eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly, up from 38% in 2002. Researchers also found more people -- 38%, compared to 30% in 2002 -- said they understand a healthy lifestyle is important, even if they haven't taken steps to achieve it yet.

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