New Year, Good Habits? Helping Employees Keep Their Wellness Resolutions

It’s cliche, but true: Gym memberships skyrocket in January, as resolution-makers swear this is the year they’ll get in shape.

And yet by May, nearly 80 percent of new gym members will have stopped going. And by the end of the year, fewer than 10 percent will have felt like they kept their resolution.

As an employer, can you help things be different this year?

Two Steps to a Better Resolution

The New Year is upon us— let the resolutions begin! I’m sure by now you’ve heard that New Year’s resolutions never work.  Yet the beginning of the year  seems like the perfect time to set new goals and make plans for self-improvement.  How can you resist wanting to make a fresh start with the new year?   Don’t let the naysayers discourage you because there is never a bad time to make a change. There are some great ways to help make your resolutions work for you.  If you’d like to improve the success rate of any goal, plan or resolution, follow the tips in this incredibly powerful two-step process:

Ingredients: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Is all natural always better than artificial? Does our body recognize "bad" ingredients? The world of nutrition is confusing and filled with controversy. Join as we explore popular topics such as natural additives, food coloring, nitrates, and MSG.

Grains & Legumes: Yin and Yang

Grains and legumes share one important characteristic: neither are given the respect they deserve. Grains are criticized for their supposed weight gaining properties and legumes are hardly talked about at all. Tag along as we walk through the many wonders of grains and legumes.

Veggies: Your worst best friend

Vegetables really are your worst best friend. Not everyone loves them, but everyone needs them. Join us as we explore the king of the food kingdom—the almighty vegetable.

Nutrition for Dummies

Popular science and media has made nutrition information so incredibly confusing that we aren't sure what or who to believe anymore. Join us as we get back to the basics and uncover the simplest truths about food.