Workplace Health

Employees in organizations with a strong commitment to a healthy workplace and a healthy workforce spend more time working, work more carefully, and concentrate better than employees at other organizations, according to a study by workforce health and productivity research and measurement organization the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI).


The corporate lifestyle includes many pressures, long hours and stressful situations that can easily take its toll on the body’s health reserves. Nutrition can affect brain function, mental capacity and daily performance.

Keeping your employees healthier, happier and increasing their overall wellbeing can enable your company to perform to its optimum and prosper.



Relaxed and informative talks highlight key issues facing employees today.  They are presented images-5in an interactive, engaging manner providing practical advice to enable staff to take steps to change their diet and lifestyle.  Topics are tailored to the individual company but examples include:

  • Good Food, Good Mood
  • Improve your Immunity
  • Stress & Anxiety – change what you eat, change how you feel
  • Snack Time? Coffee, cake…… sugar & caffeine
  • Eating for Energy, Focus & Drive
  • Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure & Heart disease
  • Tummy Trouble? – what to avoid to beat bloating, pain and bowel issues


Individual consultations (a more focused one to one consultation):

Did you know that 1in 5 people have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and that they take on average of 13.4 days off per year (average 4.9)?

I will come into the company for a day and see clients on an individual basis and draw up treatment programmes tailored to the individual. Follow up consultations are then booked in with clients on a fortnightly or monthly basis to track progress.

Telephone and Skype appointments are also offered.

General nutritional advice can help to enhance concentration, focus, mood, sleep, fatigue and tolerance to stress.

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome: affects 1 in 5 people, significant improvement with low FODMAP diet
  • Tired all the time
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Overweight
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Sports & Exercise nutrition


Assessment and recommendations for workplace canteen menus.


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