Our corporate nutrition workshops and 1:1 consultations will help guide your employees towards the healthiest food choices to boost brain power, improve mood and keep sick days at bay. With inadequate nourishment accounting for a 20% reduction in employee’s efficiency and nutrition workshops described as the ‘missing piece’ of the corporate wellbeing puzzle, helping your staff get savvy on nutrition makes business sense.
Delivered by BANT accredited nutritional therapists (aka the ‘Gold Standard’ of nutritionists), expect to learn eye-opening nutritional knowledge with practical advice and solutions for a better diet and healthier lifestyle.
What will the participants receive after the session?
A recording of the workshop
A copy of the slides, including recipes.
Clients having a 1:1 consultation will leave with a tailored nutrition plan to work towards.
Our ethos is to inform and inspire employees to make healthy food choices, choosing moderation and achievable goals over faddy diets and deprivation. Whether you’re participating in one of our nutrition webinars or delving in to your own diet in a 1:1 , you can always expect:
No-nonsence nutritional know-how, supported by the latest studies, research and data.
Inspiring ideas and tasty recipes, shopping lists and meal-plans to put our advice in to practice.
A holistic approach and advice to nutrition as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Making the case for Corporate Nutrition Programmes
Inadequate nourishment can reduce employee’s efficiency by 20%. (Source).
In the UK alone, sick days cost businesses an average of £554 and 6.9 working days per employee. (Source.)
Obesity rates have almost doubled in the past 20 years. A company with 1,000 staff could be losing £126,000 a year in productivity due to obesity-related problems alone. (Source.)
Poor nutrition is directly linked to absenteeism, sickness, low morale and higher rates of workplace accidents.
Workplaces that provide diet recommendations as well as behavioral change education are shown to be effective in reducing body weight and other potentially costly health risk factors.( (Source.)
The nutritionist was really energetic and cautious to answer all questions. I enjoyed her style very much and particularly loved the ‘pros and cons’ of different diets and eating styles.
An excellent, insightful & very well delivered nutrition talk, on the back of which, I am determined to change my habits – a rare thing to be able to say after attending a talk at work!
Everyone loved the nutrition workshop and found it really informative.