Senior Registered Dietitian,
Thinking of going gluten-free for the New Year? What problem are you trying to solve? Does the December deluge of cookies, cupcakes, pies, hot rolls and stuffing have you feeling sluggish and pudgy? Excess sugar, fat, and calories are more likely to blame than gluten. Lean proteins, steamed vegetables, fruit, whole grains, and some exercise will help to get your waistline and digestive system back on track. (more…)
The New Year is always an excellent time for employers to reflect on the previous year and plan for the coming year.
In doing so, it’s important to also reflect on how your company has prioritized improving employees’ quality of life. Meaning, over the past year, has your organization conducted or implemented initiatives that help employees manage their health and wellbeing? Or, made it easier for employees to manage their work responsibilities, as well as their personal ones (e.g., family care). Other factors that impact employee quality of life include the quality of their work environment, the recognition they receive, and their ability to grow and learn at work. (more…)