March is National Nutrition Month and to help celebrate and promote healthy eating, exercise and an overall fit lifestyle, QuestionPro is running a survey that focuses on health, nutrition and the current spike in wearable tech.
The survey seeks to discover how Americans are using wearable technology for health related purposes such as calorie counting, food preparation, scanning barcodes or assisting with their workouts. It also looks at respondents’ habits for eating, exercising and nutrition/supplement behaviors. Coupled with demographic data, there are sure to be some fascinating correlations between certain respondents and their health-related activities. Are those that use wearable tech for health related purposes inspired to work out more? Maybe respondents who are married with children are less fit than those who aren’t – or maybe it’s the other way around?
The survey is less than 5 minutes long and can be taken here: