The average American spends 8.8 hours a day at work. That adds up to about 90,000 hours in a lifetime. That's not counting the work you carry home and your every day house work. We spend so much time at work, it has become our home away from home. Unfortunately for many, work is taking it's toll, both mentally and physically.
Our bodies suffer in so many different ways. First and foremost, our eating habits and diets are on my radar. How many of you reading this today buy your coffee, breakfast, lunch and or dinner from local fast food spots while at work at least 1-2 times a week? These meals and snacks are full of salt, fat, sugar, grease and a whole host of chemical additives and preservatives that wreak havoc on our bodies.
Whether you work in an office, as a vet, are in the military or teacher etc.....inevitably work can be stressful. Many people have to take medications for anxiety due to work related stress and pressure. This is a coping mechanism, but is doing more harm then good in the long run.
For many people, this information hits close to home and can be daunting. The good news is there are many ways to change this situation!
Mental Health and Diet
o How to Combat Stress Eating
o Nutrition to Improve Self Esteem
o Childhood Trauma and Nutrition
Combatting Health Issues Through Nutrition
o Diabetes and Heart Disease
o Menopausal Diet & Nutrition
o Adult & Childhood Obesity and Diet
o How to Eat to Stave off and Alleviate High Blood Pressure
Nutrition in Daily Life
o Work Performance
o School Performance and Families
o Childhood Obesity
o Being Fit after 50
o Cooking Demonstrations
o Team Building through cooking