For diabetics in the workplace, 1 in 4 said they had to take more than 3 days off in the past year, mostly due to appointments ( also but exhaustion). Many employees worry about doing this, and for good reason; 1 in 5 had faced disciplinary action for missing work. (Source). There is clearly work to do to raise awareness and understanding of diabetes in the workplace.
In this 60 minute diabetes workshop lead by a Harley Street nutritionist, you’ll learn:
What is Diabetes and Insulin Resistance
Early signs of diabetes and the key risks
Preventing and Lowering Risk of Diabetes
All things sugar – Natural vs refined sugar
How to read sugar on food labels
How to manage your sugar intake
The role of carbohydrates
Ways to eat to support balanced blood sugar levels
Available as a live workshop on-site at your office or virtually online.
A fully certified and BANT accredited, Harley Street nutritional therapist.
You’ll receive a recording of the workshop (if virtual), a copy of the slides and any recipes shared.
World Diabetes Day takes place on 14 November each year.
World Diabetes Day is the world’s largest diabetes awareness campaign reaching a global audience of over 1 billion people in more than 160 countries. The campaign aims to keep diabetes firmly in the public and political spotlight.