Healthy eating means improved well-being, good energy and higher engagement. A healthy diet increases immunity to infectious diseases, and reduces the risk of chronic diseases.
“You are what you eat”
is not only a popular catchphrase, but also an expression that sums up many aspects of health:
We know that a healthy and convenient diet is important for all occupational groups, but needs of individual employees may vary. Employees often have bad eating habits, and any attempts to change this pose a real challenge.
Office employees, often living under stress and always short of time, would like to look after of their health and reduce body mass, without having to plan many visits to a dietician and make complicated menus. In the case of this occupational group, dietary problems increase when they work in the home office system.
Staying at home for a long time makes binge eating easier. People may increase their usual portions or try improving their moods and well-being by drinking alcohol and eating high-calorie meals.
Employees working in special working conditions (e.g. in cold stores or outdoors) need ideas for warming meals that also provide the energy kick. Mobile employees need suggestions for easy and tasty meals that can be eaten outside their homes and without the need of heating them up.
How do you ensure your employees eat healthy? How do you support them in changes resulting from the coronavirus epidemic, and help them plan their meals? Depending on your employment structure, you can choose from a range of various services:
Look after your employees’ immunity. Equip them with knowledge. Show them that you care because you are giving them the opportunity to consult and manage their diets online in a convenient and safe manner.