Nutrition Inc. is a provider of corporate wellness services with a nutrition focus in Colorado, primarily in the Greater Denver Area – including Boulder, Longmont, Loveland and Fort Collins. Our offerings include a wide variety of Health and Nutrition Workshops (Lunch and Learns), Health Webinars, Cooking Classes, Weight Loss Classes, Telephonic Health Coaching, On-Site Health Coaching, Nutrition Consultations, Biometric Screening Results Consultations, Meditation Classes, Corporate Yoga Classes and more.
Our innovative weight loss class (Coal Creek Canyon Weight Loss Class) is ahead of the times in that it addresses different health hurdles that can stand in the way of reaching a healthy weight.
All of our services are available a-la-carte or discounted in various worksite wellness program packages. Custom wellness packages can easily be created to meet each company’s health and wellness needs, along with the health and wellness interests of the employees.
As a women-owned Colorado company, we emphasize a positive relationship with food, a healthy body image, a reasonable work-life balance, and long term healthy lifestyle habits. Our practitioners and instructors are a hand-picked team of Master Nutrition Therapists, Nutrition Therapy Practitioners, and Meditation Coaches and Yoga Practitioners experienced in providing on site corporate wellness programs.
We’d love to meet you and discuss your company’s wellness ideas and needs – give us a call!
Unsure how to start a wellness program in the Denver metro area? We are happy to give you ideas or conduct a free Employee Wellness Needs Survey.
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"I would absolutely recommend Nutrition Inc. This is a great team of very professional wellness experts. They not only know their stuff but are friendly, flexible and fun in how they deliver."
Karen Metz, VP of HR
Participation in an organizational wellness program was associated with decreased absenteeism and increased job satisfaction.
- Organizational wellness programs: A meta-analysis.Parks, Kizzy M.; Steelman, Lisa A. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Vol 13(1), Jan 2008, 58-68