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You appreciate that the wellbeing of your people is at the core of a healthy business. And now you'd like your organisation to take the next step to create a healthier work environment. 

Gut Reaction's nutritional therapists and behaviour change experts know that shiny, happy people perform better at work. With our fresh and innovative menu of services, we will help create a recipe for your success. 

Why wellbeing matters


It is widely recognised that the gut is the body’s second ‘brain’ and that the effects of our daily food intake have a dramatic effect on mood, ability to concentrate and creativity. 

At Gut Reaction, we believe that good nutrition is at the core of personal wellbeing, and that by taking a few straightforward steps to encourage and support your people to adopt healthier eating habits you will reap the benefit. 

By creating a happier, healthier workplace you can help people better manage the stresses of day-to day working life,  improve performance in their jobs and become more committed and motivated. 

Try it. Help your business or organisation by helping your people to look after themselves.

The 3 ‘r’s : recruitment, retention, reputation 


By championing well-being in the work place, you will be joining the elite of firms recognised as great places to work. 

And if people are feeling good about their work, they are more likely to help you by working towards common goals. 

And your business can be a force for good.  By changing the food environment in your workplace, you will be setting the pace of change in our society which faces massive health issues, largely as a result of lifestyle choices. 

What is your gut telling you?

If you are ready for change, find out more about how to integrate the Gut Reaction philosophy within your organisation >