BEssentially Green Offers Corporate Wellness Program
Diane Leddy, owner of BEssentially Green, will begin offering the Health, Education, Leveraging Program (HELP), a wellness initiative, to employees at corporate office settings in Lee and Collier counties within the first two weeks of this month. It focuses on improving diets and eating habits. Although the program is primarily virtual, local offices will have in-person content, discussion and cooking demonstrations available.
Individuals will learn how to make this transition through guidance and support on how to shop, cook and eat healthy, as well as being made aware of the importance that movement and exercise plays on the health and maintenance of the physical body.
“Research has shown that employees that have changed the way they eat to a more healthy diet feel better physically and mentally, which in turn increases productivity in the workplace, as well as their happiness levels in general,” says Leddy. “Health and wellness programs decrease sick time and time off, while naturally increasing productivity and general happiness levels in the workplace.”
Costs vary. Discounts available for prepayment. For more information, call 941-356-3688, email Diane@BEssentiallyGreen.com or visit BEssentiallyGreen.com.
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