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Healthy Employee Dietary Habits Provide

Employer Benefits

According to a 2013 survey by the Health Enhancement Research Organization:

·  Employees who eat well tend not to have as many sick days as those who don't

·  Because essential nutrients enhance brain power and employee productivity, healthy foods can also provide nourishment that improves employee moods and their sense of well-being.  Healthy foods can also provide nourishment that improve employee moods and sense of well-being

·  Nutritious food consumption also improves employee cognitive functions, providing increased concentration, memory, better focus and creativity

·  The Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine has reported that employers can maximize their employees' job performance and reduce absenteeism by using a multi-pronged, integrated approach to well-being improvement

·  Workers who ate five or more servings of fruits and vegetables, on four or more days, in a given week, were 20% more likely to have a higher job performance

·  Workers who exercised for 30 minutes or more, on three or more days a week, were 15% more likely to have higher job performance

·  Job performance was 11% higher among those workers who were not obese

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