Helping you create healthier working communities
Empower your employees to take control of their own health
By investing in self-care tools, you will not only boost employee energy and health but you will reduce the cost of disability and help people participate in the improvement of their own health. Today 3 out of 4 employees are struggling with their wellbeing. The leading cause is poor eating and lifestyle habits.
Waiting for symptoms is expensive
Our reactive ¨sick¨ care system only kicks in once you are actually sick. This is both an expensive and inefficient way to manage non-communicable diseases. Today we allocate 98% of our resources to treating illness instead of preventing it.
Make sure you have the best proactive care
You can wait for your employees to experience symptoms and contact a physician like most companies do today, or you can ensure that preventive action is taken. By investing in the latter can help you attract better talent, including millennials that value health and purpose driven organisations.
Impact on your business:
· Improve the energy of your employees.
· Decrease the number of chronic illness cases and their management cost.
· Build a culture of Wellbeing and Self-Care in your organization.
· Learn from their behavior through data collection .
Backed by Science
Our programs and dietary recommendations are backed by science and
developed by health professionals and holistic health experts.
supports life goals
A study shows that having a life goal of exercising regularly was significantly associated with healthy eating goals, which suggest cross-goal facilitation.
Several studies show that healthy food habits can help prevent and manage a vast number chronic illness such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and even memory loss.
A study shows that eating high-quality foods that contain lots of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants nourishes the brain and protects it from oxidative stress.
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