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In today’s often hectic business world, the health of employees is crucial to a company’s success. As a result, companies are increasingly recognizing the value of workplace health promotion (WHP) as an investment in the well-being of their workforce. An important pillar of BGF is nutrition. Not only do established healthy eating and nutritional advice services play a role here – laboratory-based nutritional diagnostics to improve employee well-being and individual performance are also becoming increasingly important for companies. A development that will continue.

According to a representative survey by Schwenninger Krankenkasse (vivida BKK), over 30% of people in Germany – more than 20 million people – are convinced that they cannot tolerate certain foods. They complain of tiredness, headaches, stomach ache or digestive problems. Complaints that can have a negative impact on general well-being and severely impair the ability to concentrate and productivity in the working environment.

As a result, nutritional diagnostics is increasingly becoming an effective tool in occupational health promotion in order to take the individual needs of employees into account. A healthy employee who knows how to eat optimally is not only more productive, but also less susceptible to illness. Immune reactions to food that remain unrecognized for a long time have the potential to be the starting point for chronic illnesses. This can result in long, unpleasant downtimes for employees and companies. Downtime that can be avoided with the right prevention.

“It is impressive to see how society and companies are changing their view of the possibilities of personalized nutritional diagnostics and increasingly recognizing the immense potential for people and employees in terms of well-being and performance. The demand for solutions such as our BIOBALANCE Lab@Home test is growing almost daily,” enthuses BIOBALANCE Managing Director Hendrik Gude.

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