Provide your teams with the knowledge of how to fuel their bodies for sustained energy levels at work, and enable them to make the healthier choices that have a direct impact on their wellbeing.
Traditionally, we offer support from a nutritional therapist who will provide a talk followed by individual consultations across a full day or afternoon, to help get to the root cause of symptoms and importantly provide solutions to any issues that your team are suffering from.
Below are listed our most requested topics, all of which can be delivered in our traditional method on-site or now virtually to accommodate those working from home. Our therapists cover a broad range of topics so please get in touch with any specific requests for your team.
The basics of healthy eating. Long days on site and tiring work can put healthy eating far down the list of priorities. In this talk, we’ll look at what being ‘healthy’ really means – which foods you should eat and why, why you should avoid certain unhealthy foods, top tips best breakfasts and lunches to keep you going throughout the day.
We start with an overall introduction to nutrition fundamentals, follow by pop up 1:1s giving your staff the opportunity to come and ask questions.
Minor illness remains by far the most common cause of short-term absence, at an average of 8.5 days sick days per employee last year (CIPD Health & Wellbeing at Work Survey 2018).
Learn about the different symptoms and causes of low immunity and steps you can take to build your immune system back to full working order with the help of nutrient dense foods and daily practices. We’ll also discuss the role of stress, gluten and gut flora on your immune response and the power of probiotics to bring balance back to your body.
The food we eat can have a profound effect on our hormone balance – we aim to educate your teams on what they should be eating to help generate ‘happy hormones’ and boost the body and mind during times when we are stressed or overwhelmed. You’ll also learn about the fascinating connection between the mind and the gut (otherwise known as the ‘second brain’) and the role the gut can play in masking secondary conditions such as depression, anxiety, and IBS.
This workshop is open to all women, but will be particularly relevant for women over 35 or those experiencing pre-menopause, peri-menopause or post-menopause symptoms. It will help you understand why some women have more extreme symptoms than others and steps you can take to support your body in the best way possible. We will explore and help break down the myths around this natural time of change and celebrate what it means to be a woman.
The gut is just about the most vital organ when it comes to the internal health of your body, aside from the heart and lungs.
Whether you have gut issues already or are just trying to look after yourself and focus on prevention, our nutritional expert will help you gain an insight into how every aspect of your gut health can be addressed through food; which foods can fix a leaky gut, which foods help strengthen your gut flora, and which foods are aggravating no matter what.
In this talk, we’ll look at how to boost your energy levels – which foods you should eat and when, why you should avoid certain unhealthy foods, and top tips on quick breakfasts and lunches to eat for optimal energy, mood and productivity.
Since research shows that the food you consume is one of the most powerful influences on everyday brain function, this talk will finish with some easy to prepare recipes that everybody will find useful.