nutrition


How a nutritional diet can improve workplace wellbeing

Different workplace environments all have one thing in common, stress. Which is why it is easy to mindlessly eat at work, without paying attention to what is being consumed. Catherine Attfield, Head of Nutrition and Wellbeing at Artizian and Co-Founder of Nutrition Bites, explains how a nutritional diet can increase productivity at work. Read More

Getting your workforce through Blue Monday

As Christmas and New Year celebrations come to an end, many will be feeling the effects of gloomy weather, shorter days, and the debt they’ve run up after the festive break. It’s well known that the third Monday in January is dubbed ‘Blue Monday’, so what can businesses do to boost morale in the workplace and help employees to get through the post-Christmas slump? Read More

One year on: 9 lessons we’ve learned from lockdown

Bupa’s health experts reveal nine lessons we’ve learned from lockdown. As restrictions begin to ease our experts share their tips on how to form positive work habits as we look towards the future. Read More

New technology solution could save hospital food wastage

WiFi SPARK announced a new partnership with catering software company Datasym to help reduce food waste and encourage nutritious meal options. Read More

No ‘magic bullet’ to solving workplace wellbeing

A nutrition expert has stressed that wellbeing is increasingly becoming the responsibility of the corporates and how they look after their people, and organisations that ignore the importance of healthy eating in the workplace “do so at their peril”. Read More

Tips for a happy healthful Christmas

With Christmas approaching fast nutrition and wellness expert, Kate Cook, looks at what we can do to have a happier Read More

Throwback Thursday: nutrition and wellbeing

In a throwback to an article from February 2007, Rowena Wood looks at how working styles and environments can affect nutrition and vice versa. She explains how diet is a crucial factor in wellbeing and health and suggests a format for employers to use to identify and assess at-risk groups. Read More

The effects of nutrition on health and wellbeing

By Kate Cook Whilst it is useful to managers to be able to spot the signs of symptoms of stress, Read More

When working at height is a nutritional issue

By Kate Cook According to HSE, working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. Read More

Looking after your major asset

I am always personally amazed at the term “Human Resources” and how most major corporations now-a-days have a Human Resources Read More



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