Nutrition  & Wellbeing Research

Michele Chevalley Hedge is a research-aholic.  She loves evidence-based research and for good reason! She does not like pseudo science.  Here are some links to research you will find referenced in her books, speaking engagements and The Science Of Workplace Wellbeing Workshops (CPD/CE courses).

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Workplace conditions can affect employees at the physical, mental, or emotional level and enhance or harm their well-being. Studies have found differences among occupational groups in the prevalence of obesity, cardiovascular conditions (eg, elevated blood pressure and cholesterol), and other health indicators, including physical activity and diet quality. Work environment can also influence employees’ mental health and stress levels.

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University of Oxford research links workplace wellbeing to business performance.

ResearchGate: IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE WELL BEING ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN WORKPLACE