Nutrition

EAT WELL, WORK WELL

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Please join your co-workers in committing to “Eat Well, Work Well.” A large part of creating a culture of health and well-being in the workplace, is encouraging healthy food and beverage choices. This includes simply choosing water over sweetened drinks, and choosing to pack a lunch instead of eating out (or ordering in).

There will again be specific "healthier eating" challenges going forward.
At this time, Employee Wellness encourages you to review previous challenges for ideas that suit your desires and goals. These past challenges focus on a variety of food and beverage topics.  While an individual can complete the challenges on his/her own, we encourage co-workers to participate together, with family or friends.  Having partners for accountability is more fun, and lead to success.

Eat Well, Work Well Challenge Ideas to Choose:

    Challenge: Lunch Bags -Save Calories & Save Money
              Support, Reinvent the Brown Bag Lunch
              Support, What's for Lunch?
              Support, How to Pack Your Lunch for Optimum Weight Loss

    Challenge: Whole Grains
              Support, Whole Grains, A Whole Lot of Good
              Support, USDA, My Plate, Whole Grains

    Challenge: Portion Control
              Support, Portion Size Guide
              Support, My Plate Planner

    Challenge: Fats 1st part
    Challenge: Fats 2nd part
              Support: Facts on Fats
              Support: Ways to Get Good Fats

    Challenge: Sugar
              Support, Sugar 101
              Support, Not So Sweet Truth About Sugar

    Challenge: Fruits and Vegetables
              March Support, Fruits
              March Support, Vegetables
              March Support, Fruits & Vegetables In Season

    Challenge: Drinking Water
              April Support, Water Basics
              April Support, Dehydration

    Challenge: Meatless Meals
             Support, Benefits of Eating Less Meat
             Support, What's the Deal With Meatless Meals
             Support, Protein Packed Foods for Meatless Meals