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Many of us had to cancel our vacations and have had to stay at home and get really creative with our own spaces.
we have some tips to get you started!
Below is my deck. Loaded with vines, herbs and flowers.
Watch this video part 1 of a 4 part cooking series pulled from the vault.
In this Ulliance throwback video Chef Paul discusses with our own Christin Hasselbring, Ulliance Senior Wellness Account Manager, how to plan ahead for the week and how healthy cooking can be easy and rewarding.
Did you know that we offer healthy cooking demos that you can book for workplace and offer as a wellness benefit to your employees?
“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and celebrates a vision for tomorrow” – Melody Beattie
As we get busier during the holiday season and our lives become more hectic, it sometimes becomes difficult to recognize the things in our life we’re grateful for – we may even take some of those things for granted.
Did you know that Frittata is a fancy word for Italian Omelet, and they are amazingly delicious! Chef Nicole joined our Wellness Account Manager, Christin Hasselbring in the kitchen to whip up a batch of Mini Spinach and Mushroom Frittatas—and you MUST try them.
Watch the video and try these amazingly delicious mini spinach and mushroom frittatas for yourself. Enjoy!
Ulliance Wellness Chef, Chef Nicole, and Ulliance Wellness Director, Christin Hasselbring, teamed up again to bring another series of delicious and healthy recipes with videos!
Coming up with new recipes is always a chore—but for me it is even harder in the winter months.
Whether it is a weekend meal, lunch or party, if you're like me, you spend a lot time searching for recipes online. Stop wasting time, we have a dozen of our favorite recipes (that are tried and true) for you to add to your menu. We have included a variety dishes including:
- And dessert
These healthy eating tips can become a part of your wellness program.
Office potlucks. The annual holiday party. Beth’s famous sugar cookies.
From Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day, there are dozens of overindulgence opportunities just waiting to derail us from our regular healthful eating and exercise habits.
According to a study from the New England Journal of Medicine, the average American gains weight during the holidays every year, and if we don’t stick to our resolutions, those pounds can add up over time.
Healthful eating is just as important as fitness for maintaining employee wellness. But it can be challenging to incorporate such practices into your wellness program. Helping your employees stay happy and healthy will lead to a more engaged and productive workforce. Focus on overall employee wellness can also help reduce absenteeism and better increase job performance.
And it’ll help your bottom line.