Postcovid: 57% of Spaniards eat better but 38% feel worse psychologically

 

 

 


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According to a study developed by ekilu, the reference app in well-being, two out of three Spaniards consider it essential to have a healthy diet, followed by regular exercise, working mental well-being, rest and relaxation

Despite being something that all people aspire to, to the point of becoming the new Golden One of our society, the word well-being has always been somewhat diffuse, not knowing exactly what it refers to. And it is that, for a few years especially encouraged by the pandemic, the segment of well-being has been growing, coming to the today represents more than 5.3% of the world economy. In fact, only last year, the wellness industry has made 4.5 trillion dollars worldwide, and has grown to almost 13% over the past two years.

 

Spain has a lot of land gained in this sector since, according to studies, it is the healthiest country in the world**, with about 40% of the population doing some kind of physical activity and maintaining a Mediterranean diet.

What does well-being mean for Spaniards?

With over 1.4 million registered users and over 2 million downloads, the well-being reference app Nooddle – ekilu just presented their new verticals to help the Spaniards achieve the vital balance con a proposal not ideal, but real and simple, based on the principles of the Healthy Plato and the advice of a team of anthropologists. With the aim of revealing what the Spaniards think when talking about feeling well with oneself and the environment, he has developed a survey that reveals that to 2 out of 3 Spaniards the key is to have a healthy dietfollowed by regular exercise and physical activity (16%), work mental well-being, rest and relaxation (15%) and, finally, be sustainable (3%).

However, they are not always easy and more than half confesses that it has streaks. Specifically what cost them the most (66%) is to exercise on a regular basis, as well as achieve mental well-being (33%).

Consequences of the pandemic in the welfare of the Spaniards

The COVID19 pandemic has had a brutal impact on the lives of the Spaniards, for good and for evil. Within this study prepared by Nooddle-ekilu it is discovered that almost 6 out of 10 Spaniards are eating better, compared to 9% that eats worse. “spending more time at home allows you to spend more time planning and preparing your meals, eating less out and controlling excesses more”, says Carlos Melara, CEO and co-founder of Nooddle-ekilu.

While mobility has been severely restricted, 45% of respondents show more exercise now, although there are 29% who claim to be less sport since the pandemic began. “Exercising from home or taking advantage of outdoors has been one of the great aspects gained from the pandemic”, says Melara. Aprender a programar con ejemplos

Finally, in concerning mental health, here the percentages are more divided: though 38% claim to be worse before the pandemic, those who are equal or better is 31% in both cases.

Personalized help, key to achieving our goals

To the question of what aspects need personalized support or help to improve your well-being, One in three Spaniards is of the opinion that mainly when it comes to having healthier and more balanced eating habits.

Similarly, one in four people states that they need help to have a more constant physical exercise routine; one in five to have better mental health and reduce stress levels; and one in ten, to be more sustainable in their daily consumption.

“The important thing is that people can create their own way of being well, blameless and balanced as the way. It is essential to achieve well-being in a holistic way and to carry a conscious lifestyle. Otherwise we can achieve certain goals, but we will never feel absolutely good with ourselves and our environment. It has to leave oneself as a goal to be well, combining different parameters without neglecting others, being friendly and compassionate with us. Therefore, from ekilu we try to provide tools that facilitate this path” highlights Carlos Melara, CEO and co-founder of the company.

For example, the app offers a healthy and simple recipe search engine with what is available on hand. Simply put the ingredient in the search engine to find recipes based on the Healthy Plato (vegetables and fruits – 50% of the dish, whole grains – 25% of the dish and protein – 25% of the dish). Also ‘Balance Tracker’ tool, unique in the market, through which a record of the daily and weekly progress of feeding, physical activity (pasos), mindfulness and conscious breathing can be carried. Also, ekilu includes the possibility of creating a custom form ’ Balanced Menu Plan’ and auto purchase listMath, being the first custom menu in a click, developed with artificial intelligence in Spain. It works according to the specific needs and preferences of each user, helping people simplify their lives and save time and money.

In addition, the strengthening of Section Learn, where they collect information and tools, of value, reliable and contrasted - of their own production- divided into several areas: nutrition, exercise, mind, sustainability, organization and how to carry out the welfare goals. All in a single platform (based on current development technologies app and web) that helps “being good and nourishing life, con a proposal not ideal, but real, simple and fun”.

Postcovid: 57% of Spaniards eat better but 38% feel worse psychologically

Postcovid: 57% of Spaniards eat better but 38% feel worse psychologically

According to a study developed by ekilu, the reference app in well-being, two out of three Spaniards consider it essential to have a healthy diet, followed by

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2023-04-11

 

Postcovid: 57% of Spaniards eat better but 38% feel worse psychologically
Postcovid: 57% of Spaniards eat better but 38% feel worse psychologically

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