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We spend the majority of our waking hours at work.
We are what we eat…We eat where we are
During the workday, we eat at least one meal and, often, a couple of snacks. Americans eat out about five times a week, with half of these meals at lunch. All the health education brochures in the world won’t get people to eat healthier if the only options available are deep-fried, highly-processed, or laden with fat, sugar, and salt. Healthy foods in the cafeteria, vending machines, and nearby restaurants would go a long way to support employees’ efforts to eat healthy.
Programs are even more successful when they include price incentives, such as subsidized salad bars; nutrition labeling; and meatless options. Taste tests and surveys are a great way to introduce new foods and build employee excitement.
Innovative strategies include starting a farmers’ market or farm stand on the premises, or…
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