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We will bring you up to the minute educational and informative articles and blog posts to inspire you about healthy eating and help you be energised, fit, healthy and productive both in your working and personal life.

  • 03.01.2018

    How To Have A Happy January Part 2

    January is a challenging month for most, a lack of daylight, miserable weather and little to look forward to. However, the food you choose to eat throughout these drizzly days will go a long way in dictating your mood and motivation. Concentrating on embarking on a diet that contains the following nutritional elements will arm you with useful tools to create and sustain motivation and positivity. More
  • 02.01.2018

    Recipe Of The Week - Goat's Cheese and Asparagus Quiches

    Goats cheese and asparagus quiches with salad and tahini dressing are not something out of the 70's.  Instead they are a modern, weight friendly lunch or evening meal that the whole family can enjoy. More
  • 28.12.2017

    How To Have A Happy January Part 1

    January is a challenging month for most, a lack of daylight, miserable weather and little to look forward to. However, the food you choose to eat throughout these drizzly days will go a long way in dictating your mood and motivation. Concentrating on embarking on a diet that contains the following nutritional elements will arm you with useful tools to create and sustain motivation and positivity. More
  • 27.12.2017

    How To Embark On A Healthy 2018

    The New Year is synonymous with ideologies and pipe dreams of a healthy, relaxed and balanced lifestyle. However, if this isn’t instigated through a carefully laid plan, it is likely that that is exactly how these intentions will remain, pipe dreams. More
  • 26.12.2017

    Recipe Of The Week - Quinoa Salas with Chicken and Mixed Greens

    Quinoa is high in nutritional value and is loaded with protein to help you feel fuller for longer. It is also an excellent source of fibre, as well as containing calcium, magnesium and iron. More
  • 21.12.2017

    National Get On The Scales Day - 29th Dec

    The 29th December is National ‘Get On The Scales’ day. But after consuming approximately 7000 calories on Christmas Day alone, and gaining roughly 6lbs between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day, we can imagine that this day won’t be the favourite of the year. More
  • 20.12.2017

    Season's Greetings

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  • 19.12.2017

    Recipe Of The Week - Leftover Turkey Fajitas

    Having enough leftover turkey to feed an army is a common occurrence throughout many households over the Christmas season. This needn’t be used merely as a sandwich filler, there are far more exciting ways to use your leftover meat, enabling you to enjoy yet another delicious feast, keeping your waistline high on the list of priorities. More
  • 14.12.2017

    Christmas Dinner Alternatives

    You could be led to thinking that being mindful of weight maintenance on the most calorific day of the year is in impossible feat. However, a few simple swaps and you will be cooking up a feast for the eyes and waistline in no time. More
  • 13.12.2017

    Fact File - The Festive Christmas Season

    The festive Christmas period can be a time where people often indulge in food and alcohol, piling on the calories and body weight. It is estimated that people gain an average of 0.5 to 1kg or more over this period after which ‘dieting’ and ‘guilt’ often precedes. More

How The Healthy Employee meets the NICE Guidelines

The Healthy Employee supports the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence guidelines.

References

National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) 2006.

  1. The Healthy Employee is a registered NICE stakeholder for 'Workplace Policy and Management Practises to Improve the Health of Employees' - the guidelines for this are due to be available in 2015. As a stakeholder it is our job to feed relevant information and recommendations into the process.
  2. Clinical Guidance 43 - Obesity
  3. Clinical Guidance 6 - Behaviour Change
  4. Public Health Guidance 2 - Four Commonly Used Methods to Increase Physical Activity
  5. Public Health Guidance 13 - Promoting Physical Activity in the Workplace
  6. Public Health Guidance 25 - Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
  7. Public Health Guidance 35 - Preventing Type 2 Diabetes
  8. Public Health Guidance 41 - Walking and Cycling

 

Businesses we support and work with closely

Why SMQ? Why Health Insurance?

NHS resources are under strain like never before as it cuts spending by £20 billion by 2015¹, waiting times for consultations & treatment are rising fast. As PMI costs continue to increase companies are looking for a different and affordable ways of providing fast access to treatment. SMQ specialises in Health insurance & is currently helping over 1000 companies to find the best value cover for their needs. Our service is FREE (we are remunerated by the insurance industry). Please call/email our friendly helpful team and see how we can reduce your costs or set up a cost effective policy for your staff from as little as £1/week.

 

First Class Training and Development

First Class is a Warwickshire based learning and development company which is trusted to design and facilitate learning to maximise individual potential and business results. Since establishment in 1998, the business has built a reputation for high quality customised learning interventions that are fresh, up-to-date and memorable. It enjoys a growing client base of repeat customers with over 75% of it business coming from recommendations. Key areas of support:

Supervisory and Management Development │ Personal and Team Development/Building │ Project Management │ Customer Service│ Employment Law │ Health and Safety │ Human Resources Reducing Absence│ Train the Trainer │ Coaching

 
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