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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.

  • 20.09.2018

    Foods To Reduce Cholesterol

    Over half of all adults in England have raised cholesterol (>5mmol/L). Healthy adults should aim for total cholesterol of 5mmol/L or less and LDL cholesterol of 3mmol/L or less – this will be slightly different to those at an increased risk of heart attack. More
  • 19.09.2018

    World Heart Day 29th September

    Worldwide, 1 person dies every 2 seconds from a heart attack or stroke, claiming 17.3 million lives every year. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the single biggest killer in the world, being the cause of death for 31% of us. This number is predicted to rise to 23 million by 2030. More
  • 18.09.2018

    Recipe Of The Week - Thai Prawn Coconut Soup

    A fishy dish that has a chance of pleasing the whole family - the creaminess and crunchy veg will convert most fish hater out there! Filled with crunchy bamboo shoots and beansprouts and more flavour than you can shake a stick at, this is a belter of a soup recipe. More
  • 13.09.2018

    Heart Healthy Food Substitutions

    Maintaining heart health should be a priority for everyone. A healthy diet is vital to enable this, including complex carbohydrates, lean protein and healthy fat. More
  • 12.09.2018

    How To Get Meal Prep Down To A Fine Art

    Why prepare meals ahead of time? More
  • 11.09.2018

    Recipe Of The Week - Chinese Chicken Wraps

    Chinese chicken wraps are quick and easy and make a great lunch or on-the-go evening meal for all the family. The ingredients serve 1, so simply multiply them up to feed more. For quick take-to-work lunches, throw this together in less than 10 minutes, keep it in the fridge overnight and take to work the next day. More
  • 06.09.2018

    National Know Your Numbers Week 10-16 September

    Your numbers say a lot about your health. Many of us don’t know our numbers, what the healthy range of numbers are and the impact of falling below or above these ranges.  More
  • 06.09.2018

    Recipe Of The Week - Pear Barley, Sausage and Tomato Stew

    You can't go wrong with a recipe that allows you to chuck everything into one pot and let it simmer away on it's own. Enjoy with friends and family as this one is delicious and should be shared!  More
  • 05.09.2018

    Foods To Eat In September

    Food shopping is a time consuming task, and not knowing what to buy when you get there can be overwhelming and ultimately expensive. However, purchasing seasonal foods is a healthy and cost effective way to approach food shopping. Grocery stores tend to stock up on seasonal items because they are plentiful, making them less expensive for you. More
  • 04.09.2018

    Recipe Of The Week - Smoked Salmon, Asparagus, Spinach and Sundried Tomato Omelette

    This omelette is packed full of protein and healthy omega 3 fats. A fantastically versatile recipe that's a  great option for a weekend brunch, weekday lunch or a light evening meal that can be whisked up within 10 minutes. 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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