Employee Nutritional Profiles

Details on Methodology

 

» Data Capture - Using our standard templates we collect a sampling of dietary data. For executives on the road we have collected the nutritional value of food from the room service menus for most of the major hotel chains. All you need to do is tell us what you ordered! We also maintain regional variations and recipes to help make this process as simple and efficient as possible.

» Current State Assessment - Once we have the history of a sampling of dietary intake, along with exercise routines and other considerations, we use this to do a current state assessment. Our premise is DO NOT MAKE CHANGES TO HEALTH until we know what we are changing and why. This philosophy goes against most diets which are usually impulse driven making them unsustainable and temporary. Once we have the current state assessment we will present back the findings to the executive to determine where there are gaps in their diet that may have an affect on short and longer term health. The standard executive profile covers the following key vitamins, minerals and other considerations:

 

Vitamins

Vitamin A

Vitamin C

Vitamin B6

Vitamin D

Vitamin B12
Vitamin E

Vitamin K

 

Minerals

Calcium

Phosphorus

Copper

Potassium

Iron

Selenium

Magnesium

Sodium

Manganese

Zinc

Other Considerations

Carbohydrates

Fiber

Calories

Lipids (Fats)

pH Balance
Probiotic Analysis

 

 

 

» Sustainable Recommendations - Using the current state and gap analysis we would highlight areas where there is opportunity for improvement and then make recommendations on the best way to approach this with the least amount of impact to their everyday routine. Our experence demonstrates that smaller, more sustainable, changes to health and lifestyle are more effective then diets or changes based on fad marketing. We help quantify what is being changed and why and can discuss how the changes improve health over the longer term.

» Feedback Improvements - Like business optimization it is important to have feedback loops. We can go through an additional cycle to see how the changes have impacted nutritional input and discuss next steps to consider for continued health improvements. Our goal is to ensure that the investments made are translated into measurable improvements.