BRAIN FOOD: Perk life - Accounting for taste

BRAIN FOOD: Perk life - Accounting for taste - The 750 staff at Deloitte Consulting - more used to giving advice than receiving it - are offered sessions with a nutritional coach to assess their dietary do's and don'ts. Their bosses claim that a better di

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

The 750 staff at Deloitte Consulting - more used to giving advice than receiving it - are offered sessions with a nutritional coach to assess their dietary do's and don'ts. Their bosses claim that a better diet can lead to higher productivity and lower stress levels, as well as long-term health benefits. The programme has proved popular with the firm's consultants, for whom travel, junk food, coffee and alcohol are a way of life.

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