Feeling tired all the time? Dry skin and hair? Symptoms like these can sometimes be signs that you're not drinking enough water, or even getting the right nutrition.
We’ve pulled together a range of resources to support your line managers and your employees below.
And why not watch our webinar where we be discuss eating well and hydration, helping you to understand exactly what it means to heave a healthy diet. You can share this URL with your employees.
Two main factors that help us achieve high productivity have to do with limiting distractions and being able to think clearly and focus. Rita Makri, Registered Dietitian at AXA Health, discusses how nutrition can effect our productivity levels.read more
By helping your team to understand the link between looking after their diet and physical health and their ability to face challenges, you can help them become more resilient. Simple changes can make a huge difference to how we cope with stress.read more
When it comes to diet, do we need to drink 6 glasses of water per day? Is fasting good for you? We're here to help explain and demystify some of these common myths in our Mythbusters video series.watch video
Read our article to find out the gender differences when it comes to hydration and why it is important to stay hydrated…read more
AXA Health Physiologists and Nutritionists Polly Smith and Thomas Rothwell help to separate fact from fiction and explain how our dietary choices can impact our immune health.read more
This article outlines key nutritional considerations that need to be taken into account for pregnant women.read more
In this article, Polly Smith and Tom Rothwell, members of the Nutrition driver at AXA Health, separate the fact from fiction.read more
What is the digestive system and why is it important?read more
This article will provide clarity on what exactly Vitamin D is, how to obtain good sources of it and whether we should consider taking supplements.read more
AXA Health Nutritionist and Physiologist Polly Smith explains the link between our diet and our thoughts and feelings, as well as how to develop a healthy relationship with food.read more
AXA Health Health and Wellbeing Programme Manager Sarah Kemp and Junior Physiologist Polly Smith share their top tips below on how your diet and exercise can make a difference and help you manage a menstrual cycle.read more