Cath Day can help you improve the health of your employees which allows for increased productivity & improved well-being!
Cath Day offers corporate wellness solutions to various companies. She has a vast amount of experience in professional speaking as she is also a lecturer at the Division of Human Nutrition, University of Cape Town. Although Catherine has an academic side to her she also LOVES the practical side of food and nutrition. Catherine offers the following services which can be incorporated into your annual company wellness day
- Smoothie demonstrations
- Healthy lunch demonstrations
- Healthy snacks demonstration
- Quick and easy lunch/ supper ideas
- One-on-one consultations (30 min per employee)
- Weight loss group sessions (a dietitians take of the ‘biggest loser’ concept – 8 week program)
- Displays of healthy food product choices
Some company’s that I have done wellness days for:
- Alan Gray
- Old Mutual
- Cliffie Hofmeyr Dekker
- Pres Les
- Cape Grace
- SA Rugby Union
- AND many more…
Some feedback from one of the wellness days:
Cath came to speak to our Company about how to pack a healthy lunch box, as well as why it’s important to eat healthily throughout the day. She linked this in with the effect on productivity and concentration in the work place and demonstrated how to prepare a few quick and easy healthy meals. She provided very relevant info with a strong educational backing on how to live a balanced lifestyle. Our employees thoroughly enjoyed her engaging demonstration and we highly recommend her.
Why is corporate wellness important?
The benefits to businesses that care about healthy nutrition are far-reaching. There’s a wide array of research studies that provide comprehensive evidence of the effects of what we eat on performance. Who doesn’t want healthy, focused and productive employees?
A healthy employee is a focused and productive employee. What we eat is fundamental to our well-being in the short and long term. It is also fundamental to our performance in the moment. Work dominates the lives of adults and how we manage and choose our food at work is critical to our well-being.”
For more information on corporate wellness: http://www.adsa.org.za/Articles/DietitiansintheMedia.aspx