Some of the topics that are popular include:
- Sugar, how much is too much?
- Stress, how it is affecting your health and what to do about it
- Emotional and Stress eating, how to reduce it
- Relationships and working together with others.
- Healthy eating – how to eat to be Energised and Healthy.
- Maintaining Energy throughout the day
- Sleep Health.
- How to eat for Brain Health.
- Fatty Liver, what causes it and how to avoid/correct it.
- Cholesterol, what you need to know.
- Diabetes – how to prevent Type 2 Diabetes and manage blood sugar levels.
- Healthy Weight Loss.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Food Sensitivities, Funny Tummy.
- Or topic of your choice.
The importance of Workplace Wellbeing
Australians spend about one third of their lives at work, so what they do at work to maintain their health is a major influence on overall health and risk of developing lifestyle-related chronic disease such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Organisations that promote health and wellness are more likely to retain staff within 12 months.1
A healthy worker is good for business
According to Get Healthy at Work, In the short-term, you’ll be able to recognise a successful workplace health program by the way your team:
- Works together
- Engages in their jobs
- Enjoys their work
In the long-term, a successful workplace health program may influence the performance of your workplace through:
- Gains in staff attraction and retention
- Improved productivity
- Enhanced corporate image
- Reductions in absenteeism
Of course we all know that a healthy worker is a safe worker
If safety is a particular concern at your workplace then ensuring your workers are healthy is vital. There is a growing recognition that healthy workers are safe workers.
Healthy workers are:
- More aware and alert
- More resilient against illness
A workplace health savings calculator is available on the Get Healthy at Work page here.
Fiona Kane is speaker on health and nutrition – most recently on 2GB, Ticker TV, 6PR, ABC Radio and Triple M. Fiona is an award winning Nutritional Medicine Practitioner and Holistic Counsellor and the founder of Informed Health.
Whether speaking to 1 or 100; Fiona has a relaxed and relatable style, knowing how to deliver health messages in plain speak and with a little humour. Fiona has a special interest in emotional eating body image, self-talk and the powerful language we use about food and how all of these things combined can affect your results and ability to succeed in your health goals.
Fiona holds an Advanced Diploma of Nutritional Medicine, Diploma in Holistic Counselling and Life Care and Certificate in Transformational Life Coaching and has been in practice for thirteen years.
After experiencing major health issues in her 20s (strokes and auto immune diseases), Fiona studied nutritional medicine and counselling to learn how to heal herself. Now Fiona shares her message of listening to your body and the importance of self-care including a healthy diet.
Read more about Fiona here. Listen to/watch Fiona’s media interviews here.
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1. Health and Productivity Institute of Australia, Best Practice Guidelines – Workplace Health in Australia. 2010, Australian Health and Productivity Management Congress: Sydney, Australia.