Nutrition-centred wellbeing for the savvy employer

Create a culture of wellbeing your team can thrive in

Our mission is to make ‘nutrition smart’ workplaces the norm in order to benefit employees' mental and physical wellbeing

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Why Work With Us?

Nutrition is an often untapped area of employee wellbeing and yet it has the power to make a measurable difference quickly to both physical and mental health. Our programmes address eating habits first, by supporting employees to make small adjustments which are practical for working life. They allow us to achieve quick wins from improvements to sleep and mental wellbeing to increased energy. This creates a solid foundation for further habits such as exercise and mindfulness.

Over the past five years working with clients such as VitalityHealth, P&O Ferries, AmcoGiffen, London Stock Exchange, NBC Universal and many more, we’ve continuously fine-tuned our approach. Our success is based on three principles:

  • Maximising employee engagement. We do this by combining eye-opening content with fun team-building activities
  • A friendly, non-judgemental and down to earth approach
  • Combining nutrition & behaviour change science

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Looking to create a nutrition smart workplace? We can help!

Step 1:

Join the Nutrition-centred Wellbeing Network for FREE and receive your NCW starter kit

Step 2:

Upgrade to our popular Monthly Plan

Get your wellbeing and nutrition comms covered – in a way that’s engaging and cost-effective.

Step 3:

Design Your Programme

Create a draft plan and budget over the next 12 months to achieve your wellbeing objectives.

Step 3:

Plan, Implement, Measure!

We are here to support you every step of the way.

Corporate Wellbeing Statistics

The impact of poor diet on productivity

  • Source: Brigham Young University 66% 66%

Proportion of organisations which have a wellbeing strategy in place

  • Source: REBA 2018 45.2% 45.2%

Proportion of organisations which include nutrition within their wellbeing strategy

  • Source: REBA 2018 69% 69%

Additional time off taken by those with 'unbalanced diets'

  • Source: Harvard Medical School 15% 15%

Average annual £ cost of sickness per employee (CIPD)

Source: CIPD

Addressing The ‘Nutrition Gap’

Research has shown that poor diet is likely to impact productivity by up to 66%. And yet 75% of adults are still not reaching the recommended ‘5 a day’. Nutrition-centred wellbeing is a strategic approach to wellbeing. It aims to achieve measurable outcomes by addressing the ‘nutrition gap’.