Explore Nutrition with LiveWELL:
All teammates can help support a healthy food environment. Consider these new Atrium Health guidelines when planning to order food for your next event or before you request a Food Truck visit.
Atrium Health has Registered Dietitians/Nutritionists (RDN) available for outpatient visits to help you reduce your health risks through Medical Nutrition Therapy.
Teammates or family members who get an appropriate referral and are on the LiveWELL Health Plan can meet with a dietitian at no cost. Medical Nutrition Therapy is available only at select Atrium Health locations.
Learn more about Medical Nutrition Therapy.
Maureen Swick, Senior Vice President and System Nurse Executive gets her days started with fruit and yogurt.
Research shows that individuals who start their day with a healthy breakfast are less likely to be obese and suffer from chronic disease. Make breakfast a priority. Tell us what you are eating for breakfast on the LiveWELL Yammer page using #EatWELL.
Ruth Krystopolski, Senior Vice President of Population Health serves up a healthy salad.
A salad can be as healthy as you make it. Salad dressing can add unknown calories to an otherwise healthy salad. Two capfuls or one tablespoon of salad dressing is a good serving size guideline. Try dipping your fork in the dressing before each bite to stretch your salad dressing even further. Share your salad ideas on the LiveWELL Yammer page using #EatWELL.
Ken Haynes, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer starts his days with a hearty breakfast.
Breakfast is one of the most important – and often rushed meals of the day. Consider preparing your breakfast the night before; make small changes from white to whole-wheat toast to rethink your breakfast. Small changes can make a big difference! Share your healthy food substitutes on the LiveWELL Yammer page using #EatWELL.
Consider ordering the LiveWELL Cookbook for more healthy eating ideas.
Dr. Matt Hanley, Senior VP and Chief Medical Officer uses food for fuel by eating healthy, energizing snacks.
Life can keep you busy. Eating on the run often leaves few, convenient healthy eating options. Keep healthy snacks with you for better nutrition. Avoid empty calories, such as chips, candy and soda that can leave you sluggish and cause spikes in blood sugar levels. Mindful snacking helps ensure you are recharging with the right type of foods. Share your healthy snack choices on the LiveWELL Yammer page using #EatWELL.
Participate in a Nutrition Challenge and earn All in to Win entries.
|Let’s Eat Real||Minimum of 15 daily goals||Calendar Tracker|
|Fruit and Vegetable Challenge||Minimum of 15 daily goals||Calendar Tracker|
|Meatless Meal Challenge||Minimum of 12 daily goals||Calendar Tracker|
A recent study says that people keeping a food diary six days a week lost about twice as much weight as those who kept food records one day a week or less (WebMD).
Visit the Weight Maintenance page for additional weight management resources.