What people are saying

The Gut Reaction team were very welcoming, friendly and a great advert for health and nutrition.

The session covered the basics of nutrition and although I do have an interest in nutrition and some of the content was not news to me I did still get some helpful tips from the session.

It also confirmed a few things for me as you cant always believe what you read online and magazines, there is so much conflicting information out there!

Overall a great session which I believe could make a big difference to a lot of peoples nutritional habits and just by teaching people how to make the right choices in life. I would love to hear more from the team in the future.
— Leah Felgate, Project Manager, Baxi
It is no exaggeration to say that good health is good business
— Lord McKenzie, Parliamentary Under Secretary (Lords), Department for Work and Pensions.
Every company wants to do more work with less people. If you’re going to do that, you’ve got to provide them with options to stay healthy. When you encourage employees to exercise and eat healthy, you’re going to have more productivity in the workplace.
— Kim McCracken VP, Senior Benefits Administration BBVA Compass

Need a reason to open your eyes to the benefits of workplace wellbeing?

Simon Stevens, NHS England chief executive said employers are viewed as key to promoting better health in the population and that he wanted to see measures to encourage participation in Weight Watchers-type schemes.

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Informative and thought provoking, leading you to analysise your own habits.
— Cushman & Wakefield
I found Gut Reaction very easy to work with. I decided to look at the nutrition as an topic for our wellbeing programme as there are close links to what we eat and how we perform. We have ambitious plans and need our teams to be happy and working well.

Gut reaction provided the charity with clear, colourful guidance which has been well received and has raised awareness of what good nutrition looks like. The nutrition workshops were engaging and presented in a clear way. Most of our team benefitted from the workshops.
— Debbie Mitchell, Blue Cross
The key to employee happiness? It might not be what many employers think. Surprisingly it’s not money, according to 28 percent of respondents who ranked “maintaining good health, including physical, mental and social,” at the No. 1 aspect driving their overall well-being and happiness.
— Virgin Pulse 2015 report on Labor of Love: What Employees Love About Work & Ways to Keep the Spark Alive
The biggest asset your organisation has is its people; the biggest asset they have is their health and wellbeing – so it makes good business sense for you to look after it.
— Investors in People - Health and Wellbeing Guide
Thanks again for delivering the Diet and Breast Cancer session at the Moving Forward course at Warwick Hospital last month.

I would definitely advise other organisations to work with Gut Reaction. They were a pleasure to work with and so warm and friendly in the group.

Sarah and Natalie are so knowledgeable and made a huge effort to adapt and tailor the information to the objectives of our session and the needs of our clients.

They provided easily digestible information in an interactive and effective way that motivated and inspired the group to want to live a healthy lifestyle.
— Izzi Cullis Regional Services Coordinator, Breast Cancer Care
Having an energised and resilient workforce is critical to the future success of our organisation. Through our consultative approach, we have an objective to engage 50% of our global workforce by 2018 with tools and training to help improve energy and resilience and therefore be more successful in both their personal and professional life.
— Jeannie Jones, Director, Energy and Resilience Centre of Excellence, GSK

At the Allegra Health and Wellness Summit May 2017, it was reported that just 15% of workers in the UK are happy with their company health and wellness support, with the majority 27% saying access to healthy food and drink would be the number one way their company could support them. It's a no brainer, with VieLife estimating a £6.19 annual return for companies on every £1 spent on improving general well-being for their employees.