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Improve Nutrition and productivity in Executives - A free trial of Total Diet Food HR Professionals.

Total Diet Food are offering HR and Personnel Execs, a day’s free trail of our food and a no obligation meeting with MD – Ben Davidson – to discuss how we could help your business improve the health and consequently nutrition of executives.

 
PRLog - Oct. 10, 2012 - LONDON, U.K. -- Part of the Total Diet Food team has a fairly corporate background in Business Development within the service sector.

One thing we realised, and partly an inspiration for changing our lifestyle, was that the incredible hours and hard work required to make it in the city meant that food was often an almost secondary concern. Nobody takes lunch in the executive circle, the high street chains where you can normally grab a sandwich, supply (in the main) turgid and uninteresting food. Before you know it you are eating a heavy carb and alcohol based diet. Work productivity reduces, work satisfaction decreases and misery pervades all.

Some of the Execs within the finance and technology sectors are working insane hours in this globalised world of ours and the result is that people are less efficient, less happy and consequently more prone to mistakes.

Let’s have a look at some stats. The Global Health Consultancy – Vielife – tell us that employees with poor nutrition report 50% more sickness (http://www.totaldietfood.com/news/53/27/Poor-nutrition-Poor-Business/#.UHVHORXAeSo) are 15% less productive than those with good nutritional balance.  Their statistics reveal that those with a good nutrition score have a 6% higher job satisfaction score and a 15% higher mood score than people judged to have poor nutrition.

Furthermore, 38% of people with a low nutrition score have high stress compared to 19% of people with good nutrition.

Tony Massey, chief medical officer at Vielife, said employers “cannot afford to ignore” the impact that poor nutrition has on other wellbeing factors such as sleep and stress.”

UCLA Health System in the US asks from a business perspective, why is it so important that employees eat healthy?

The brain requires blood glucose, or sugar from food, and it also needs the protein that you find in foods.

So when people don’t eat, the No. 1 thing that happens is they become less energetic, less able to think clearly and less able to do their jobs.

Productivity will go down when you’re not eating properly and nutrition is very, very important for mental activity and to maintain productivity.

So the evidence is pretty clear now what to do about it?

The complex world of employee benefits has plenty of scope for and should be able to model a clear ROI on providing nutritional based and balanced diets to its hardest working and most important executives. This is something we are really interested in as a business and would be really keen to hear from any parties that may have a view or input on this element of HR and Personnel Management.

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