Entrepreneur Plus - Short White
For Subscribers

Health Nuts and Bolts Don't be afraid to spoon-feed your employees tips about proper diet.

By Jacquelyn Lynn

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

If people are old enough to have jobs, they're old enough to decide for themselves what to eat, right? Yes, but there are still two reasons you might want to influence your employees' food choices. First is the relationship between eating habits and health-care costs; second is the impact of a healthy diet on employee productivity, says James O. Hill, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of Colorado, Denver.

This is a subscriber-only article. Join Entrepreneur+ today for access

Editor's Pick

Related Topics

Business News

Opening a New McDonald's Franchise Will Be More Expensive in 2024

Starting January 1, franchise royalty fees will rise from 4% to 5% for new locations in the U.S. and Canada.


Travel Smarter With a $40 Member-Exclusive Club

Travel for less with $59 off a one-year Travel Buyers Club membership.


This Leadership Style Is Redefining Success in the Modern Business World

Adopting this leadership style takes continuous growth but leads to remarkable success, both financially and qualitatively, enriching our world.

Money & Finance

What Are The Safest Investment Options for Earning a Good Return Over Time? A Financial Expert Explains.

In times of financial uncertainty, these options can provide a safe and reliable way to invest your money.


How to Master Decision-Making in a World Full of Options

Use these seven practical strategies to make more effective business choices.

Business News

'Bar Tab Was Almost 80%': Restaurant Slams Well-Known Columnist After He Goes Viral For Claiming His Meal Cost $78

A photo of a burger and fries from 1911 Smokehouse BBQ at Newark Airport went viral for its alleged price, but the restaurant says the man didn't factor in his many alcoholic drinks.