Corporate Wellness is a very hot topic. IHRSA’s The Economic Benefits of Regular Exercise study states that companies save between $1.49 and $13.00 for every dollar invested in employee wellness. Whatever the value, we should all agree that taking proactive steps to keep your executives, clients and staff nutritionally educated, well-fed and active is good business.
In a society where processed foods are quick, easily accessible and (most unfortunately) inexpensive, understanding how to eat healthfully can be overwhelming. That’s where Centered Chef can help, supporting the journey towards personal health in body, mind and spirit. Our chefs, dietitians and subject matter experts are well-versed in simplifying and articulating trends affecting the American diet.
Workshop Series #1: Food Literacy: Understanding Food Trends Overview
Misconceptions about health begin with the marketing of food products. Learn about how food sources can impact your health, and the environment. We’ll also help demystify some of the noise surrounding our current food cultures.
Workshop Series #2: Kitchenology: Back to the Basics
Intimidated by cooking? Learn to take control in your kitchen! We’ll teach you about the basic cooking techniques that will have you preparing more mindful meals at home.
Workshop Series #3: Weight Management: Benchmark s of Healthy Eating
Discover the principals of “clean comfort food,” characterized by what you can and should eat, not by what you can’t! This knowledge empowers you to make informed decisions when it comes to your food choices, including dining out. At Centered Chef we believe there is no ‘magic wand’ when it comes to nutrition. That said, we do believe in the four benchmarks of healthy eating; whole grains, healthy fats, clean proteins and colorful produce.
Workshop Series #4: Disease Management: Undoing an Epidemic
Learn delicious and innovative recipes that help you to embrace your lifestyle needs, with whole, seasonal foods that heal the distress that processed foods and other environmental pollutants can cause in our bodies.