Corporate Nutrition Programs
While businesses have myriad issues to weigh and deliberate, there are none more
important than those related to the health of employees. The health and well being of future generations is one of paramount
concern and every employer should keep pace with the most up-to-date science. There can be no assurance that the health care
needs of employees will be adequately met without a health benefits package that reflects modern advances in clinical healthcare.
Since 1965, the science of nutrition has advanced rapidly to a point where today, nutrition is firmly recognized as
a key factor in many diseases and chronic conditions. The U.S. Surgeon General has reported that, "If you are among the
two out of three Americans who do not smoke or drink excessively, your choice of diet can influence your long-term health
prospects more than any other action you might take". The empirical evidence supporting this statement is clear.
Eight of the 10 leading causes of death, including coronary heart disease, stroke, some types of cancer, and diabetes mellitus,
are all related to diet. Consequently, illness is the strongest risk factor for reduced work productivity.
We can translate the latest scientific findings into easy-to-understand
nutrition information. In addition, we will work with your employees to improve both their mental and physical health
on site. Client companies have seen dramatic results in their employee populations, hence, decreasing health-related
causes for absenteeism and reduced productivity.
and conduct employee wellness programs for a number of large companies, including financial institutions, television programs,
and educational institutions in Manhattan, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York. These services usually involve an
employee nutrition information campaign and one or more days a week of on site employee counseling in one on one and/or group
To inquire about corporate nutrition programs,
please call the office or email us
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