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Can changing your work environment and habits help set you on a path to better health? Research says yes.
Does it feel like your workplace is conspiring against your aims to eat healthier? You're right. It probably is. And you're not alone.
Somewhere between the early morning doughnuts and the late-afternoon stop at the candy bowl, American workers lost their way on the road to healthier eating.
Consider the big picture: Adults spend, on average, 8.8 hours a day at work and work-related activities. And one survey found that 65% of adult workers are overweight or obese.
The good news? Research has shown that making simple changes to your work environment and your daily routine can improve the quality of your diet and help you maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Ready to get started? Here are five steps you can take right now:
It's all too easy to go with the unhealthy flow in a workplace setting. But increased mindfulness about what you're eating and where you're eating it can really help turn the tide.
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