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

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 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, including lunchtime seminars, health MOTs, metabolic health checks, tasting tables, individual nutritional therapy consultations, and tailored health programmes, including a Weight Loss Challenge.

We happily integrate with your wellbeing programme.

New for 2019 – Mindful Eating Workshop

A 90 minute interactive workshop on how mindful eating can help improve digestion.

Perfect for management away days and team meetings.

Click here for more details.

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

Four Reasons Not to Eat at Your Desk

We get it.... You’re busy, you’ve got a deadline to meet and there never seem to be enough hours in the day to get everything done. Who, you may ask, has the luxury of a lunch break? Yet, we all need to eat, and so lunch is often taken at the desk, with eyes on the...

Eating a Rainbow Diet

Colourful, varied fruits and vegetables do more than make a meal look interesting; they also come packed with chemicals that offer a range of potential health benefits. In this article, first published in the Spring 2019 edition of Optimum Nutrition Magazine, Lisa...

Nightshades and Arthritis

Lisa Patient looks at why some people avoid eating nightshade foods. This article was first published in the Summer 2018  #ion_nutrition Optimum Nutrition Magazine. Nightshades White potatoes, tomatoes, chillies, peppers, aubergine, goji berries, okra, and the spice...