Hosts Dietician Pros to Counsel Staff on Healthy Living, Diet, Stress

Top Quote hears talks on healthy diet, exercise, stress management. Dieticians visit to counsel, guide, and inspire all staff. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 07, 2011 - A recent article suggested that sitting at a computer is 'the new smoking'. The academic support services we provide here at involve exactly that! It's a weighty problem at, and management has invited two dieticians to speak to staff about nutrition and healthy lifestyle. A healthy work force is clearly more productive for our customers.

    We recognize the pressure - constant deadlines demand close, unceasing attention. The work requires continuous (seated or standing) computer usage. We know the effects, especially on the waistline.

    This is not good for our employees personally. It's bad for in the potential for reduced productivity, absenteeism, and health care costs. Most importantly, it risks impacting our customers, since the energy and creativity of our writers, and the enthusiasm of our support personnel, are our main assets.

    To protect these assets, we have hired two professional dieticians to instruct our staff in healthy living. Diet is the obvious departure point, but they will also give tips on stress management and strategies for shoehorning exercise into a frenetic schedule. has taken steps in the past to encourage good health. We've set up an area for walking, encouraged public transit for commuting, banned smoking, dragged staff out into the open air for meetings-cum-picnics, and supported home-cooked lunches. You can read more about past healthy initiatives at our website,, and find samples of the work of our dedicated writers, as well.

    About Us: has spent several years constructing an expert team of professional writers and editors. They are ready and able to address any writing projects our customers hand us. Topic, structure, format; none of these are a problem for our concerned staff.

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