The Four Pillars Approach to Better Wellbeing

  • How the workplace can affect our health, resulting in decreased productivity, sick days and absenteeism.

  • Breakdown of each of the four pillars and how to achieve:

    • Enhanced Energy

      • Discussion of blood sugar levels

      • How to achieve a well-balanced plate

      • Why, when, which and how discussion on carbohydrates, protein, fats, veggies, fruit and fibre.

      • Portions and healthy eating for time poor individuals

    • Enriched Sleep

      • The circadian rhythm and how it works

      • The effect of caffeine and stress on our sleeping patterns

      • How to improve our sleep quality through diet and lifestyle hacks

    • A Stronger Immune System

      • An overview of the immune system – what it is, the components and the major stressors

      • How to boost the immune system naturally

    • Reduced Stress Levels

      • What is stress? What impacts our stress levels?

      • How to reduce stress – physically and mentally

  • The wellbeing/health web – it’s all interlinked

  • Next steps

Clarissa Lenherr

Clarissa is a registered Nutritionist who focuses on personalised, predictive, preventative and participatory nutrition so that clients can reach their optimum health. Clarissa incorporates the most up-to- date scientific research helping clients overcome a myriad of health problems to achieve long-term wellbeing. She is a member of BANT (The British Association of Nutritional Therapists) and the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Health Care Council). Read More...


  • Outline of the four pillars of wellbeing – Energy, Sleep, Immune System Health and Stress.

  • Introduction and discussion of wellness, wellbeing and health – what do they all mean in today’s society, to practitioners and to you as an individual?

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