Kate’s experience as a top London nutritionist means she can transform your company health through re-invention workshops and corporate wellness programs.
Wellbeing and mindset has become the success in today’s world and the link between success and health is ever increasingly recognised as a key factor in workplace productivity. Kate will show you how to gain that competitive edge today by educating employees, shaking up traditional attitudes towards food and implementing effective healthy eating strategies throughout your organisation.
Kate will coach your workforce in taking an interest in wellbeing and how small changes in the choices of food can make a dramatic difference to their energy and productivity. Kate’s programs are an investment in your most valuable asset – your workforce, and studies have proven that workers perform significantly better when they take more of an interest in their personal health and wellbeing.
Kate’s corporate nutrition programs will transform your company by:
- Producing superior quality employees.
- Reducing absenteeism and time lost.
- Enhancing job performance and decision making.
- Improving morale, reducing turnover.
Kate’s interactive style means that her engaging and stimulating corporate nutrition programs can be delivered in a number of ways from workshops and clinics through to group activities and presentations. Kate tailors each program specifically to your organisations needs.
Kate can provide a nutritional analysis of your corporate canteen (or local eating outlets) to ensure than menus offered provide maximum health benefits to the workforce to complement the nutrition program. Kate will provide simple changes to the menu that don’t sacrifice choice and taste or provide a list of the healthiest local outlets, to complement the program.
The current total annual cost to the NHS of overweight and obesity has been estimated at £1 billion, and the total impact on employment may be as much as £10 billion. By 2050 the NHS cost of overweight and obesity could rise to £6.5 billion and the associated chronic health problems are projected to cost society an additional £45.5 billion a year (at today’s prices).
Tackling Obesities: Future Choices’ Foresight Project