Your employees may not always have the time to think about their health, diet and lifestyle.
Lisa and Emily are here to help. With our nutrition based corporate wellbeing services we can bring the information to them, in the workplace.
We have over 10 years experience as Registered Nutritionists and public speakers, and 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.
As people return to the office, we are delighted to offer in-person seminars and events as well as our on-line products. Our 2021 programme includes a wide range of seminars/webinars, health MOTs and tailored health programmes. We can make the events interactive by using questionnaires, polls, health challenges, tasting tables and food parcels. Email us now for more details.
We happily integrate with your wellbeing programme.
NEW SEMINAR/WEBINAR FOR 2021- NUTRITION MYTHS BUSTED!
We love your questions at the end of our sessions, and have taken the 5 most asked about topics in 2020 to create this fun new talk which can be delivered in person or on-line. Suitable for new customers and those who have heard us before.
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Create an event to suit your employee needs
We can adapt our services or develop new products if you have something specific in mind
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