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You Are What You Eat

Eating the right foods is vital for feeding all the different systems in the body. Our moods, concentration, digestion and energy are dependent on making correct food choices

Many people believe that our fast paced lives don't lend themselves to cooking and eating well, and whilst most are aware of what is healthy, they don't have the time to put it into practice.

Food is a pleasure, and healthy eating should be easy which is why What's Eating You Nutrition, in conjunction with the Fit Farm shows you how to shop and cook quickly and enjoy good food without spending hours on preparation.

The Nutritional Health Programme will show you:

  • How to balance your blood sugar so you have more energy
  • What to eat to minimise stress
  • Menus and meals that are ready in minutes
  • The best snacks to reduce cravings
  • Which supplements you should be taking
  • What portions you should be eating

If you want to enjoy better health and more vitality, then let our Nutritionists help, so that you can enjoy a healthier and fuller life.

Nutrition is the key to a healthier life

To help with your health issues and nutritional problems, we will take a detailed questionnaire lasting about an hour. We will look at the foods you are eating, your lifestyle, and your medical problems - now and over many years to build a complete picture of your unique situation.

We will then use a work out an eating plan that is tailor made for you, showing you how to plan and cook fast healthy food.

We specialise in:

  • Digestive problems
  • Fatigue and depression
  • Allergies and intolerances
  • Acidity
  • Hormones
  • Headaches
  • Skin conditions
  • Weight loss programmes

A good diet is vital to your health, now and in the future. Contact us today and feel your best.

In partnership with whats eating you.


Stress Management

'Stress' and 'work related stress' are the latest buzzwords and are rather overused phrases these days, but not without good reason.

Today, we live in a world full of pressures. Pressures to perform, to be better than everybody else, deadlines, pressures to be on time, to be first, to get results!. These stresses come from a myriad of directions as well, our Parents, our teachers, our bosses, our partners, our selves!

All of these pressures have one result....STRESS.

Here are a few facts and figures about the effects of stress on the economy and business.

Stress and chronic ill health in the workplace costs £100bn
- Dame Carole Black, ISMA Conference 2009

An estimated 442,000 individuals in Britain, who worked in 2007/08 believed that they were experiencing work-related stress at a level that was making them ill
- Labour Force Survey Government Stats

Estimates indicate that self-reported work-related stress, depression or anxiety accounted for an estimated 13.5 million lost working days in Britain in 2007/08
- Labour Force Survey

Direct cost of sickness absence estimated as £635 per person per year.
- CIPD 2008

Indirect costs of sickness absence have been measured as twice the direct costs i.e. £1,270, making a total of £1,905 per employee per year - typically around 9% of payroll costs
- Norwich Union Healthcare

In 2008 - for every 80p spent on health promotion and intervention programmes, £4 can be saved due to reduced absenteeism, temporary staff, presenteeism and improved motivation
- The European Network for Workplace Health Promotion

The 2007 Psychosocial Working Conditions (PWC) survey indicated that around 13.6% of all working individuals thought their job was very or extremely stressful.
- HSE

The annual incidence of work-related mental health problems in Britain in 2007 was approximately 5,750 new cases per year. However, this almost certainly underestimates the true incidence of these conditions in the British workforce.
- HSE

According to self-reports, estimated 237 000 people, who worked in 2008, first became aware of work-related stress, depression or anxiety giving an annual incidence rate of 780 cases per 100 000 worker.
- Labour Force Survey

I think we can all agree that whilst the facts and figures may not give a complete picture of how much stress effects business, they are certainly too compelling to ignore.

Fit Farm's remit is too give companies the opportunity to reduce or negate as much as possible, the effects that stress has on their business and their profits.

By being pro-active in the area of stress management, not only can you reduce staff turnover and thus your recruitment and training costs, you will also find your staff happier and thus more productive, creating a win win situation.

A small investment now could make a big difference to next year's bottom line.

To find our more on what Press Pause can offer for Stress Management - please go to Press Pause.

Do you want to know more - then call 07770 421 261 or email carl@fitfarm.co.uk now!

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