Workplace Wellness Programs
VIRTUAL NUTRITION CLASSES
No matter how you cut it, nutrition and lifestyle affect almost every health condition. Are your employees making that connection? That’s where we come in. Our licensed nutritionists and dietitians are passionate about real food and helping people develop healthier habits with information that’s relevant and practical. At this time, all of our classes are taught virtually (via Zoom or your preferred platform) for organizations all across the world. Our classes are based on biochemistry, research, and clinical experience with tips that people can incorporate right away and use for lifelong health and well-being. Explore over 20 topics for your next “lunch and learn” or seminar to see which classes fit your organization best. Start with one class or choose a few and be sure to ask about our series discount!
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Breaking the Sugar Habit (NEW)
Most of us consume 160 pounds of sugar a year! Clearly, sugar has a powerful hold on us, but what makes it so addictive? It all comes back to our biochemistry. Eating sugar leads to more sugar cravings and, for some people, to sugar binges. The long-term risks of a high sugar diet are serious: diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, pain and inflammation, depression, memory loss, and fatty liver to name a few.
In this class you’ll learn how to curb your cravings or tame a full-fledged sugar addiction with balanced eating and real foods, and by incorporating supplements that support your intestinal tract and brain. Breaking the sugar habit is more than a good idea; it can help prevent serious health problems down the road.
Building a Better Working Memory
Want to maintain your memory or worried that those senior moments are creeping in more frequently? Your brain depends on you to feed it well. Learn which foods support your memory and concentration
"Our employees are sending us great feedback on our wellness series. The presenters are very well informed and up-to-date on the newest information pertaining to nutrition."
- Sathish Shivam
VP Flytogeher group
"Shelby engaged our employees in the workshop and provided suggestions, facts and material for our employees to help boost their metabolism and get a better night sleep. Our experience has been great because they are easy to work with, attentive to schedule details and prepared for each seminar."
— Ramurthi Shetty
GM HoursGlass IT
Building Resilience During Times Of Stress & Anxiety (NEW)
At times, we all face stress and anxiety, such as health concerns, financial issues, and employment or relationship changes. Living during a pandemic compounds that, so it’s no surprise that 60% of adults are experiencing stress and anxiety, according to a 2020 Gallup Report. The good news is that you can build resilience with good nutrition and lifestyle habits. Did you know that food directly affects the structure and function of your brain and your resilience to stress and anxiety? Learn how simple lifestyle habits like getting sufficient sleep, drinking water, and eating real food can help you reduce anxiety from the inside out.
Changing the Fast Food Habit
Your busy lifestyle doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your health to a diet of fast food. You can enjoy delicious, healthy foods with a little planning and with better choices at home or eating out. Learn quick and easy breakfast, lunch and dinner options that are sure to satisfy.
Five Steps to Boost Metabolism
Want to lose weight without starving and being consumed by cravings? You can rev up your metabolism by making simple changes to what you eat every day. Discover which foods and beverages make you store weight and which help you lose it. Get back on track, shed those pounds and regain your energy.
Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Let’s face it: most of us are sleep deprived. Learn which foods and nutrients are critical for sleep and discover delicious bedtime snacks and tips that can help you sleep through the night.
Gluten Free the Real Food Way
What is gluten, and where do you find it? Learn the body signs that indicate you might have a gluten sensitivity and understand the connection to intestinal health, ADHD, autoimmune diseases, and skin conditions.
You can make gluten-free eating easy with the meal planning, shopping tips and recipes provided in this class.
Good Foods, Good Moods
Food is one key to good moods. Food is considered a natural antidepressant and your best source of healthy brain chemicals and important minerals. Learn how to start your day off right and keep your moods balanced all day long with real food!
Habits, Habits, Habits
We all have habits that are holding us back from being as healthy as we would like to be, such as drinking soda, eating fast food and skipping meals. Learn how to replace those habits that hold us back with ones that move us forward: drinking water, planning meals and cooking.
Immune-Building Foods & Nutrients
Is your immune system working up to par? Do you have a chronic health condition that puts you at greater risk of developing bronchitis or pneumonia? Discover which foods and beverages support your immune system and which can lower your resistance to illness. With a real food diet and key nutrients, you can strengthen your immune system today and every day.
Mother Knew Best: Eat Your Vegetables! (NEW)
We’ve all heard time and again how important it is to eat our vegetables, ideally 5-7 servings a day (which sounds overwhelming). Turns out, your mother was right! Why are vegetables so important? They are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to support our immune systems and keep our bodies strong and healthy. Vegetables are also high in fiber to keep our intestinal tracts healthy and keep everything moving. For most of us, eating the recommended servings a day is easier said than done. In this class you’ll discover new ways to get your family to eat more veggies with tasty recipes and tips to prepare them, along with ideas to incorporate vegetables at breakfast, snacks and meals. Before you know it, you will find that eating five a day isn’t so hard after all.
Nutrition for Reducing Cancer Risk
Did you know that nutrition plays an important role in reducing the risk of most cancers? Real food is one of the best defenses against developing cancer and is critical in cancer treatment and recovery. This class makes the nutrition connection to three common cancers: breast, prostate and colon. Learn which foods protect your cells and which foods can lead to inflammation and put you at greater risk. The simple nutrition strategies in this class will help you make better choices to protect yourself against cancer and other serious illnesses.
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Work Life Balancing
Working women are encouraged to recognize that the perfect balance between work and home life is an unattainable myth. Instead, consider work among the multiple life roles that you manage along with other roles. Each role may require more effort/time than others across the course of the year and throughout your life..