Did you know that 85 per cent of today’s consumers find information provided by other consumers more influential than any form of information shared by a brand itself? With this in mind, My health for life is undertaking a series of community events over the coming months, bringing the brand to life by creating an emotional connection with potential consumers.
Albert, 65, a former industrial relations consultant from the Gold Coast, has a complex medical history, including a recent knee replacement. He relies on a wheelie walker and could only do short walks around his home before Get Set for Surgery put him in touch with My health for life. My health for life motivated him to tackle his physical limitations and weight through regular exercise and eating a balanced diet…
My health for life continues to gather strength in 2018 as it fast approaches its one-year milestone. As of March, more than 2000 people have enrolled in the program with a high percentage of participants being women in their fifties and sixties.
South East Queenslanders are set to benefit from a $27 million healthy lifestyle program in a bid to combat chronic disease.