Does your workplace have a nutrition gap?

Angela Steel
Super Wellness
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How nutrition smart is the workplace? This article looks at the impact of nutrition habits on productivity in the workplace, especially relevant for business. Estimates suggest that poor eating habits cost U.K. employers £17 billion. Given that 75% of adults are failing to eat the recommended five fruits and vegetables a day - and that this recommendation is a gross underestimate of daily nutritional needs - this article considers effective nutrition-centred wellbeing strategies. Nutrition centred wellbeing is a strategic approach to wellbeing that measures realistic outcomes. It is an approach that can be fostered in both public and private sectors in the workplace.

This resource presents evidence or data but has not been peer reviewed