YES! Nutrition offers exclusive coaching services for employers so that employees can become healthier and happier – all while saving your organization money.  Employment-based wellness programs focusing on health promotion and disease prevention can reduce the burden of chronic disease, improve health, and limit the growth of healthcare costs. 

Did you know?

  • For every $1 spent when employees engage in worksite wellness programs, companies report savings of $3.50.
  • An organization saves approximately $350 per person year by keeping healthy employees at low risk. Without preventative programs, 2 to 4% of an employee population is likely to migrate from low-risk status to higher risk status within one year.
  • An estimated two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese.  An employee who is overweight costs their employer an additional $450 to $2500 in medical expenses and absences.
  • In the US, preventable illnesses make up approximately 70% of the burden of illnesses and associated costs.  Factors that contribute to these illness such as poor nutritional habits, sedentary lifestyles, high-risk alcohol consumption, etc. can be addressed with nutrition coaching.


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  • "Leading By Example: Improving the Bottom Line through a High Performance, Less Costly Workforce." Partnership For Prevention. 2005.
  • "Obese Workers a Heavy Burden on Company Expenses." (Review of research by RTI International and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) The News and Observer, September 21, 2005.
  • "Six Reasons for Worksite Wellness."

Say "YES!" to Corporate Coaching

YES! Nutrition is happy to customize a nutrition program to accommodate the needs of your employees by offering nutrition coaching programs, educational sessions and workshops, and food makeovers for your breakroom.  We will work together to design a program that best meets the needs of your staff. Contact Tori at YES! Nutrition to learn more!