Nutrition and Fitness

Customized nutrition and activity plans, and education to meet your employees’ health needs and personal goals.

Poor diet and lack of exercise are productivity killers

75%

of corporate healthcare expenses are spent on chronic diseases, mostly diet-related = $28.2 million in lost productivity.

-Center for Disease Control

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Eating unhealthily is linked to a 66 percent increased risk of loss of productivity.

-Perspectives in Public Health Journal – Brigham Young University

Poor nutrition has more the 3 times the impact on health as low fitness .

-Institute for Health Metrics

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66%

of American adults are obese.

-Institute for Health Metrics

191%

higher annual medical costs for obese employees .

- Corporate Wellness Magazine

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One of the biggest inhibitors to intentional eating is the workplace.

- Forbes Magazine

Poor nutrition is one of the top four health risk behaviors that leads to chronic disease and obesity .

- Center for Disease Control (CDC)

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80%

of American adults do not get the recommended level of physical activity.

- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

$480 billion

in annual healthcare costs associated with low levels of physical activity.

- Center for Disease Control (CDC)

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$1.1 trillion

in lost productivity associated with obesity.

- The Milken Institute

99%

of US employers have fewer than 500 employees and lack the expertise and resources to develop effective physical activity and other nutrition programs.

- Corporate Wellness Magazine

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Big Problem...Simple Solution

Employee education and awareness in nutrition and fitness will improve productivity and quality of life.

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Scalability

Our programs are affordably scalable for small business to the largest companies.

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18%

of lost workdays can be recaptured with a nutrition program alone.

- Corporate Wellness Magazine

53%

of employees would participate in an exercise program through their workplace.

- Aflac Insurance

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70%

of employees that participate in programs report higher job satisfaction.

- Corporate Wellness Magazine

91%

of workers at companies led by leaders that support well-being efforts say they feel motivated to do their best at their jobs.

- American Psychological Association

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66%

of employers with programs reported increased productivity.

- International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

89%

of workers at companies that support well-being efforts are more likely to recommend their company as a good place to work.

- American Psychological Association

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54%

of benefits professionals cite employee morale as their most improved metric from implementing wellness programs.

- Corporate Wellness Magazine

Optimize organizational performance by measurably improving the health and wellness of your employees.

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Make your workplace the solution.