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Study: What You Eat At Work Matters

A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine has stressed the importance of what people eat at work. Researchers studied workers at an urban hospital, and found those who purchased the least healthy options from the cafeteria were more likely to make poor food choices outside of their employment locations. The researchers’ findings shed light on the connection between eating behaviors and work life to help influence worksite wellness programs. If you recently started taking Phentermine 37.5mg, take a moment to learn about this study. It may inspire you to make healthier lunches.

A Possible Solution To Obesity?

"Employer-sponsored programs to promote healthy eating could reach millions of Americans and help to curb obesity, a worsening epidemic that too often leads to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer," said lead investigator Anne N. Thorndike, MD, MPH, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.

Most Americans spend at least 50% of their waking hours at work, with research showing obesity contributes to missed days, higher healthcare expenses for employees, and lower productivity.

"Workplace wellness programs have the potential to promote lifestyle changes among large populations of employees, yet to date there have been challenges to developing effective programs. We hope our findings will help to inform the development of accessible, scalable, and affordable interventions," noted Jessica L. McCurley, PhD, MPH, one of the study's investigators and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

Educating Employees

Employees who make healthier food choices typically feel as good as they look, enjoy higher energy levels, and have fewer problems losing weight. Hopefully employers will start offering healthier choices and making them more obvious to their teams.

"Simplified labeling strategies provide an opportunity to educate employees without restricting their freedom of choice. In the future, using purchase data to provide personalized nutritional feedback via email or text messaging is another option to explore to encourage healthy eating," added Dr. Thorndike.
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