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More Baby Boomers Rejected by Long Term Care Insurance Companies
Date:5/23/2013

people require long term care services. Obesity, stroke, and heart disease are a few of the other most common reasons for needing long term care.

According to the CDC, the adult obesity rate in the United States has grown to 35% and medical costs for people who are obese are an average of $1,429 higher than those of normal weight.

This shocking trend mandates a shift in perspective on health from treatment to prevention. Purchasing a Long Term Care Insurance policy is critical to protecting your health from circumstances you can’t control, but maintaining your health afterwards is just as critical.

LTC Tree has been an authority in the Long Term Care Insurance business for 15 years. Recently, they decided to approach insurance from a new perspective.

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Mr. Wilkins goes on to say that, “LTC Tree wants consumers to stay as healthy as possible throughout retirement, which is why we are excited to announce the rollout of our Long Term Care Insurance Health and Wellness section on our website. We provide the latest cutting edge health and wellness tips that you can put into immediate use to cut your chances of ever needing Long Term Care.”

LTC Tree Health encourages careful and thoughtful decisions in every aspect of life: nutrition, exercise, mental health, and social interaction. Combined, these factors play a large part in a person’s overall wellness. By taking control of your health, you can significantly reduce your risk of disease and continue to do the things you love.

With more applicants for Long Term Care Insurance being rejected, starting this important piece of retirement planning at an earlier (and healthier) age is more important than ever. It’s also critical to work with an independent agent who can navigate the various insu
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