On World Mental Health Day we discuss the exciting research developments in preventative mental health and the role of nutrition.
We interviewed Shirley Haines and Sarah O’Brien about the wellbeing journey at AmcoGiffen, a company that provides construction and engineering services
We’ve been privileged to work with employees of Network Rail this summer, running a nutrition and wellbeing day focused on mental health.
Just in the last year, several studies have added to the evidence base for the implications of working outside of our normal body clock programming. For those who employ shift workers, here is a round up of the key findings any responsible employer should be aware of.
I’m proud to announce our new partnership with FareShare, the charity on a mission to fight hunger and tackle food waste. The shocking statistic is that 1 in 8 people go hungry in the UK today, and yet perfectly good food is wasted every day.
We interviewed our new Lead Mental Health Consultant Heather Kelly to find out her take on mental health in the workplace, healthy eating and her all-time favourite dish (a tough dilemma for anyone!)
Employee wellbeing is increasingly on the agenda in the hospitality industry.
HRH The Duke of Cambridge attends This Can Happen 2018 – focussed on solutions for Mental Health in the workplace
We were delighted to support This Can Happen 2018. The conference was the largest dedicated to innovative solutions for mental health in the workplace, with over 750 attendees from some of the UK’s biggest businesses. A particular highlight was the presence of HRH The...
Have you heard of the term ‘Nutritional Psychiatry’? If you haven’t so far, you are likely to notice the growing buzz in the coming months. One of its most exciting implications is really in workplace mental wellbeing and I’ll explain why shortly.
Angela Steel, CEO of SuperWellness interviews Aileen Smith, Corporate Nutritionist and SuperWellness Associate on how an effective business partnership between Employers and Contract Caterers can influence employee wellbeing at work.
Angela Steel, CEO of SuperWellness interviews Louise Gaskell on the impact of shift work on employees in the airline industry, plus the challenges faced by employers and employees in this sector.
Dr Meg Arroll is a psychologist who specialises in health, particularly the relationship between stress, weight and fatigue. SuperWellness founder Angela Steel interviewed Dr Meg to gain insights into how the Shrinkology principles apply in the workplace.
NHS figures in 2017 revealed that three quarters of adults are failing to eat the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. And yet poor eating habits are thought to increase the likelihood of poor productivity by as much as 66%.
From communications to accountability, we share six recommendations for ensuring your employees engage with your wellbeing programme
SuperWellness is delighted to announce that we will be delivering SimplyHealth’s wellbeing programme across eleven Practice Manager Forums in England, Scotland and Ireland between September and December this year.
After the dangers of microwaving food in plastic, and the undesirable consequences of the ‘brain fuzz special’, what else could possibly go wrong when having your lunch at the office? Let’s look at our third BIG LUNCHTIME NO-NO…
Now let’s turn to another habit, one which you may well never have questioned because it’s so ubiquitous: the sandwich, crisps, banana and diet drink combo – aka the ‘brain fuzz special’
Ping! As you open the microwave to pull out your piping hot lunch, you congratulate yourself on the healthy choice you’ve made. Or have you really?
Shift work can be connected to health problems, such as obesity and diabetes. So what nutritional advice do we have that can help employers and individuals improve wellbeing when working nights?
After years of working in the City I’m all too familiar with the lunchtime food hunt. It’s no longer just about finding a quick sandwich, but something nourishing and tasty to fuel my busy afternoon.
I’ve reviewed the Pret menu for their best options. When out and about I’m looking for options that are rich in protein, healthy fats and slow-releasing, nutrient-rich carbohydrates, for sustained energy all day, plus its great for our waistlines!
We take breathing for granted and you would think that practice makes perfect, but many of us do it badly. I am talking about breathing. When was the last time you took a series of long, slow, deep and conscious breaths?
It’s Diabetes Week this week (11th to 17th June) and we’re outlining 7 Top Tips for Eating Well With Diabetes. Eating healthily and taking regular physical exercise are essential parts of managing both kinds of diabetes.
Wear it Pink is the charity Breast Cancer Care annual October campaign to raise Breast Cancer Awareness. The good news is that there are a number of nutritional and lifestyle steps we can take to reduce our risk.
Nutrition-centred Employee Wellbeing company SuperWellness is set to launch a new wellbeing planning service to help employers maximise their return on investment from workplace wellbeing programmes.
Introducing SuperWellness associate Magdalena Wronska. We ask her all sorts of things from why she turned her interest in food science into a nutritional therapy career to her love for Back to the Future!
Introducing SuperWellness associate Ceri James where she talks about her love for 80’s films, warm beaches and all things nutrition.
Introducing SuperWellness associate Lisa Powell! In this 60 second read we find out Lisa’s passions both professionally and personally.
We meet Ali Prentice, SuperWellness associate, and find out why she’ s so keen on helping corporate clients find engaging ways to improve employee health and wellbeing, as well as what she’s reading!
The gruelling Olympic schedule demands peak performance to deliver the most spectacular event on earth. Here are 7 simple tips
We’ve interviewed SuperWellness associate Katarina to get the low down on moving from Business Account Management into corporate nutrition, and her favourite films!
We have interviewed SuperWellness associate Francesca Liparoti to get the low down on life before becoming a corporate nutritionist.
We’ve interviewed SuperWellness associate Edi Csanalosi to find out about her journey from investment bank IT to Corporate Nutrition. Edi now specialises in heart health for City executives.
Have you heard about the Plastic Free July campaign? The challenge is quite simple… attempt to refuse single-use plastic during July and there could also be significant benefits to your health too.
We’ve interviewed SuperWellness associate Sandrine Olmi who moved to the UK from France 20 years ago and made her way from an interesting marketing career to corporate nutrition, she tells us why she loves it
Type 2 diabetes can be prevented by making simple changes to your diet and lifestyle. I’d like to explain ‘blood sugar’ and which foods should be avoided for healthy blood sugar balance, which is vital for overall health and also weight!
I’m sure the high health risks of smoking is not news to anyone, but the positive effects of quitting and our body’s amazing healing ability might actually surprise you and hopefully will inspire you to quit. Now.
There is no doubt that we were designed to walk and biomechanically, sitting is not good for us. Prolonged sitting (more than four hours per day) is associated with increased mortality from heart disease, diabetes and cancer
Cardiovascular disease causes more than 1 in 4 deaths in the UK. Prevention is KEY. For a stroke there are no warning signs. Here are 5 foods that have been linked to an increased risk of stroke and heart disease
Only a few years ago I would struggle to find gluten and dairy-free options, now the selection is astounding. But could we actually be missing the point? Are all free-from foods good for us?
Green tea is rich in a compound called: Epigallocatechin 3 gallate, shortened to EGCG. EGCG has had the interest of researchers for some time as an anti-cancer agent, and in particular its potential to reduce the risk of developing ovarian cancer
The Meat Free May campaign raises awareness of the impact our meat and fish consumption has on the environment and on our health. At SuperWellness, we work with organisations to introduce healthy plant-based options on their restaurant menus.
As end of year exams approach, the next few months can be a stressful time for students. While stress can have its benefits – it can motivate students – it can also sabotage performance if it gets out of control. In times of stress. Find out how to eat to beat exam stress.
I’d like to introduce you to a fruit, that can bring relatively fast, cheap and effective relief from some of the IBS symptoms. I was very grateful to learn about the benefits of this seemingly insignificant fruit and how to use it for symptom and potentially cause relief.
In recent years we have seen a wave of online culinary chefs on social media advocating wheat, gluten and dairy free diets as the best thing since sliced bread. Literally. Are food intolerances just the newest fad, created by the ‘free from’ industry and social media or is it a reality?
The 2016 London Marathon will soon be upon us and for those people training to run in this amazing event whilst raising money for their favourite charity, corporate nutritionist Edi Csanalosi shares her 4 top tips for marathon optimal training nutrition and recovery.
Red meat consumption has long been associated with bowel cancer, and many are wary of eating it. Is this justified? Corporate nutritionist Edwina Green dissects the research to find out.
Ovarian cancer accounts for 35 percent of all gynaecological cancers in the UK, making it the fifth most common cancer among women after breast, lung, bowel and womb cancer. Corporate and schools nutritionist Lisa Powell shares risk factors and advice for better prevention.
For many of our corporate clients, with the year end completed, the time has come to plan new initiatives and ideas for the year ahead, and wellbeing is a hot topic this year.
The number of people suffering from gut issues and food intolerances is growing in the UK and it is important for the hospitality industry to cater for these people. As part of the nutrition consultancy work we do, we help foodservice and catering companies to make IBS friendly adjustments to their menus.
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