Does this look like a breakfast meeting at your office?
What is the food and health culture in your organization? And what does that have to do with productivity, performance and profitability?
Download the Breaking Free from Sugar In the Workplace flier.
No one wants to work in a place where there are lots of rules — or worse, where behavior is dictated or shamed. But what people don’t know about health and wellness can harm them, and the productivity of the organization.
There are many reasons for organizations to support employee wellness, including improving the bottom line. If your company doesn’t have a wellness program already, we can help you through the process, starting with creating a Wellness Committee all the way to selecting offerings and vendors and creating policies. Reach out at start [at] breakingfreefromsugar dotcom.
Sugar and flour are major culprits in the rise of chronic disease. In fact, 1 in 3 Americans have pre-diabetes, which, if left unaddressed, could blossom into diabetes and all of its associated health problems within 5 years. And that costs companies millions of dollars per year in health insurance premiums.
Sugar consumption is linked to workplace performance in many ways:
- Lowered immune function, meaning likelihood of more sick days
- Mood disorders
- Brain fog
- Sleep disturbances, leading to fatigue during the workday
- Increases in health insurance premiums
On the risk-management side, high sugar consumption is linked to high-risk biomarkers, including “bad” cholesterol and blood sugar levels, which can result in higher health insurance premiums (some insurers will reward good test results with premium credits or cash to support wellness programs).
Work with us to upgrade the health and performance of your organization:
- Step-by-step learning curriculum
- Leadership coaching to infuse the organization with a health-and-resilience ethic
- Adopting/customizing the full Breaking Free from Sugar program to your organization
And it works. Results in our workplace program include:
97% said they succeeded in cutting back on sugar very much or somewhat
95% said they plan to continue with a sugar-minimal lifestyle
100% said they would recommend the program to friends and family
How can we help you strengthen the performance of your team or workforce and lower risk exposure? Let’s chat. Email: start (at) breakingfreefromsugar dotcom.