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corporate wellness/speaking

smart companies are investing in employee health - because it has profound impacts on productivity, retention, workplace engagement and morale.

Research shows that 50% of company profits today are spent on healthcare costs.

Poor nutrition and eating habits can be very costly to companies today – increasing the risk of diseases, health insurance claims and absenteeism, and hindering employee productivity.

According to a new study conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 86% of executives say improving employee health is their top reason for implementing workplace wellness programs. “Because beyond health care costs, employee health has profound impacts on productivity, retention, workplace engagement and morale.”

Invest in your employees health today - it pays off tomorrow.  Corporate nutrition and wellness programs work - studies show that for every $1 spent on employee wellness, $4 in cost savings is realized.  

Choose the Program(s) that work best for your company/group:

  • 1 hour Lunch & Learns

  • Health initiatives & Challenges

  • Webinars & Online courses

  • Cooking Classes


We reached out to Sara to lead our team through two virtual nutrition sessions to kick off the new year. Sara came to us with lots of amazing ideas and tailored her sessions to make them unique for our remote based team. We choose to do two sessions - "Boost your Brainpower" and "Mood and Mental Health". Sara arrived at the sessions prepared with a fantastic slide show and full of enthusiasm. She led the sessions without issue and was so captivating that the team actively participated in discussions and added their own questions. After the sessions I received countless great reviews from the team that felt inspired and equipped with the knowledge to make smarter and healthier decisions in their day to day life. We will certainly be having Sara back for more sessions in the future! Thank you Sara!

- Kelsey at Lightbend

Thank you for coming over to talk to our MOPs group. They all said they really liked listening to you and that they felt motivated to make changes in their diets and cooking habits.


- Jane, MOPs Group

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