Food facts and fads
- We examine all the topics that come up in the news and social media channels that are influencing how we eat, exercise, or try to live healthily.
As a result of joining this session, participants will have a full understanding of topical and current health trends.
Participants will feel more knowledgeable about which trends might be worth trying and which will work for them.
The seminar always engenders a sense of community and encourages participants to initiate conversations around the workplace about what health trends colleagues have adopted and why they may have worked or not.
Colleagues will feel empowered to speak to others and identify those trends which may be harmful, enabling them to support others on their wellness journeys.
SEMINAR KEY POINTS:
- Keto, paleo, or high-fibre diets? Which one works?
- Veganism – is it healthy or not?
- Intermittent Fasting and time-restricted eating – Do they work for everyone?
- Do we need supplements and if so, which ones?
- Is celery juice all it’s made out to be?
- Health testing and wearable devices – are they worth it?
- Are gluten and dairy intolerances real?
WE RECOMMEND PAIRING THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMMES
Eating well at work
One of our most important seminars, this is where we get practical and help you develop the practical daily skills that will set you on the path to a health working day.
Energy and Sleep
This seminar teaches participants to understand exactly what is affecting their energy levels on a daily basis, and how it impacts the workplace and colleagues.
There is no 'one-size-fits-all' approach to WorkplaceWellness
All of our programmes offered can be combined together or booked separately.
We bespoke our wellness and wellbeing programmes specifically based on the unique needs and characteristics of your organisation and workforce.
Whatever your workforce needs are, Sarah Carolides Nutrition can help you - Contact us today to see how we can help you and your organisation
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