This Forbes article follows a healthy meal delivery service in the US designed around the concept of ‘intentional eating.’ Intentional eating is based on choices that purposely energise and nourish the body. With this in mind, the workplace needs to become an enabler of intentional eating – not a blocker. Evidence shows that many workplaces restrict employee ability to commit to intentional eating, thus inhibiting nutrition outcomes and productivity. This is an interesting overview of patterns and strategies that can help employees to eat better.
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