Lisa Patient MBANT and Emily Fawell MBANT- Registered Nutritionists
Tasting tables - Delicious healthy foods for you to sample at your office
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Corporate Wellbeing

Corporate wellbeing services can make a difference to your employees who may not always have the time to think about their diet and lifestyle. We can bring the information to them, in the workplace.

Lisa and Emily are here to help. We are experienced Registered Nutritionists who love educating business people on how healthy eating can help give them more energy, better concentration, and less days off sick.

We offer a wide range of interactive and engaging corporate wellbeing services, including lunchtime seminars, health checks, tasting tables, on-site individual Nutritional Therapy consultations and tailored Health Programmes, including a Weight Loss Challenge.

Our services

Create an event to suit your employee needs

We can adapt our services or develop new products if you have something specific in mind

Nutrition News

See a selection of our blogs or visit our Nutrition news page for all our latest and archived blog posts

Can Mums-To-Be Eat to Avoid Allergies?

Atopic conditions such as asthma, eczema and allergic rhinitis (runny nose), along with allergic conjunctivitis, usually begin in childhood; but could diet during pregnancy help to allergy-proof future generations? Lisa Patient investigated this issue in the Summer...

Endometriosis Awareness Month

Have you heard of Endometriosis?  March is Endometriosis Awareness Month and this is a health condition which needs more awareness!  This  painful condition  affects 1 in 10 women in the UK, causing very painful, heavy periods and for some, infertility. I experienced...

Urinary Tract Infections: protecting your kidneys

Bladder and urinary tract infections (UTIs), particularly cystitis, are surprisingly common in women but rare in men. Bacteria is the main cause; however women often have the symptoms of a urinary tract infection without having significant levels of bacteria in the...