Corporate Wellbeing

Tired employee with eyes closed sitting in front of her laptop

But this appears to be just the tip of the iceberg. Presenteeism, with 27 days of productive time lost per employee, appears to be an even costlier problem at an estimated £57bn p.a.


Absenteeism cost UK business ~£16bn p.a.



Nutrition-Based Wellbeing

The numbers are staggering! But statistics show, Employers who utilise Wellbeing Strategies decrease absenteeism, reduce health care expenses, increase employee productivity, satisfaction and retention.


We all know that what we eat and drink can affect upon our long term health, but it can also have an affect upon our daily performance. What your employees eat for breakfast and their lunchtime choices will have either a positive or negative impact upon their blood sugar balance which in turn will have a direct impact upon their energy levels, mood, concentration and, ultimately, their productivity levels for the rest of the day. According to a study by Brigham Young University, the impact of diet on productivity can be as high as 66%, the impact of not exercising regularly 50%. Yet nutrition is often overlooked when considering the factors that affect employee performance. 

We are all working longer and harder, so it's hardly surprising that stress is cited as the most common cause of long-term absence and the second most common cause of short-term absence. Most people with a busy work and home life are struggling with healthy habits. Replenish Nutrition can support your organisation to help your employees make informed, healthy choices. Just some simple diet and lifestyle adjustments can have a positive outcome upon your employees' physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. 

For more information on how your organisation can integrate nutrition-based wellbeing strategies into your employee wellbeing programme please get in touch.


Why nutrition-based wellbeing should be at the centre of your wellbeing strategies

(World Health Organisation, 2016)  

Incidence of Diabetes has


in the past 


 (Cancer Research UK, 2016)   

42of cancers are linked to

lifestyle factors

(Eurostat, News Release, 2016)   

Only 1in 7adults

eat at least 5 portions per day of fruit or vegetables


SMALL changes =

BIG benefit

Improved Concentration

Higher Resilience to Stress

Improved Mood

Improved Memory

Improved Digestive Health

Stronger Immune Function

Reduced Food Cravings

Consistent Energy Production

Healthier Weight

Better Sleep


One to One Consultations: Individual Nutritional Therapy consultations (1hr) conducted onsite. Includes personalised Nutrition and Lifestyle Protocols summarising outcomes of the consultation and recommendations.

Group Talks and Workshops on a variety of health and wellbeing topics are a convenient and cost effective way to bring employees together to support each other in making healthier choices. Can be a standalone wellbeing strategy or part of an ongoing wellbeing programme.


All talks/workshops can also be aligned to an ongoing initiative to provide personalised one-to-one consultations onsite at a later date.

Wellbeing Talks: Topic Examples

Nutrition to Improve Energy, Mood and Concentration: How to jump off the Blood Sugar Rollercoaster

Common Eating Mistakes at Work

Stress Busters: Eating to Improve Resilience to Stress
Sleep Improvement: Nutrition for a Better Night's Sleep

Wellbeing Workshops: A fun and interactive way to engage employees in your wellbeing initiatives.

Make & Taste: Interactive workshop making and tasting Green Juices, Smoothies, Healthy Snacks,
Breakfast On The Go ideas. Attendees take away Recipes, Factsheets and Sample Goody bags.


Corporate Wellbeing Nutrition Talks by Susan Woodward


For more information on how your organisation can integrate nutrition-based
wellness strategies into your Employee Wellbeing Programme please get in touch
or book a 15 minute Discover Session telephone call.