Wellness to the Core
We believe that food is the most important factor in being healthy. Innovative leaders in health and wellness including New York Times bestselling authors Michael Pollan and Dr. Mark Hyman, and the American Heart Association all affirm that it comes back to what you put on your plate. We always knew it was more than a hunch.
At the heart of any strategy for good health is fresh, whole and nutritious food. Did you also know:
- Eating healthy food is associated with improved cognitive function (especially memory), reduced absenteeism, and improved mood. (1)
- According to the CDC, 75% of health care spending goes to treating preventable chronic diseases, most of which are diet-related. (2) Through healthy eating, the United States could save up to $87 billion per year. (3)
Focus on Food
We’ve been immersed in healthy eating for many, many mealtimes. Over the years, we’ve continued to bring the highest quality products to our stakeholders since the first Whole Foods Market opened its doors more than 30 years ago. With each meal, our passion for healthy eating education has evolved. All along, we’ve seen first-hand the impact healthy eating has on creating an inspired workforce, so much so that we’ve made it part of our Core Values.
Full Spoon is the extension of our Core Values to you.
We will help you inspire your own company’s wellness story through healthy eating education.
1. Hoyland A, Dye L, Lawton CL. Nutrition Research Reviews 2009.
2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2009.
3. Frazao E. “High Costs of Poor Eating Patterns in the United States.” In America’s Eating Habits: Changes and Consequences.