Currently, nearly 34% of Americans are considered to be clinically obese. That percentage is expected to rise dramatically in the next two decades.

By how much?

The US obesity rate is expected to hit 42% by the year 2030.

As our weight rises, so will the cost of healthcare. Medical costs could rise as much as $550 billion in the next two decades.

The number of Americans considered severely obese, 100 or more pounds overweight, is predicted to rise by 11% by 2030.