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Workplace Wellness

Nutritional Therapy in the Workplace

I love working with businesses to support the wellbeing of their workforce. As an employer, supporting your employees' health and wellbeing boosts productivity, promotes creativity and fosters happiness. Most importantly though, it develops their trust in you as an employer - which ultimately leads to lower staff turnover and better output for your business.

Corporate Wellness

The package could include workshops, talks and personal consultations tailored to your specifications.   

I can create bespoke packages tailored to the business needs and objectives. Perhaps you need support with your canteen menu or want to design a wellbeing benefits programme for your employees?

Nutrition Workshops

These easily fit into a lunch break. Popular topics include:

- Good mood food 

- Essential gut health for busy people
- Fueling productivity through Nutrition
- Happy hormones
- Supercharging immunity 
- Managing stress with diet & lifestyle
- Menopause 101
- Balancing your workday energy

In House Clinics

30 minute one-to-one consultations for employees to develop a greater awareness of how to improve their diet & lifestyle to support their health goals.

These can be done either in -person at your offices or via Zoom. 

"Having worked in London as a corporate lawyer, I know only too well the demands of working in high pressure environments and the impact that can have on physical and mental wellbeing. There has never been a better time for businesses to support their employees, both within and outside of the workplace, to fully realise their personal and professional potential."

It is your opportunity to ask me any questions and I will outline how I can help you.

"I can confidently say that ever since my first consultation, my symptoms have only got better and better” Debbie is positive, knowledgeable, easy to talk to, thorough, caring, has amazing attention to detail and really goes the extra mile to help you."

- Olivia R
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