There’s no sense sugar coating it. Despite lots of media attention, countless studies and numerous public initiatives, Americans continue to deal with the consequences of inactive lifestyles and unhealthy behaviors, which, in turn, have a negative impact on the bottom line, as demonstrated by increased health care costs and lower levels of workplace productivity.

Obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and decreased mobility — these issues (and more) are all linked to poor lifestyle choices, especially when it comes to exercise and nutrition.

And these negative consequences know no boundaries, as anyone — no matter their age, gender, ethnicity, geographic location, profession or socioeconomic status — can be negatively impacted if care is not taken when it comes to personal health and wellness.

This is one of the reasons Steve and Penny, who raise cattle near Earlham, chose decades ago to lead a...