RIVERSIDE, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Certified Nutritional Consultant and Nutrition Expert, Robin De-Ivy Allen conducted a survey of more than 1000 people to test her theory. Is it possible for a person to eat their way to a new job? Can the use of food and proper nutrition actually make a person more marketable as an employment candidate?
68% of survey responders believe that a thinner, more fit person would receive a job offer versus an equally qualified candidate who appeared less fit and perhaps overweight. Research does show that a less healthy employee poses more of a potential risk for worker compensation injuries, absenteeism, and increased healthcare claims. Research also shows that people who eat well and take care of themselves have more confidence, energy, clarity and focus, allowing them to meet their goals.
"In this time of economic uncertainty and high unemployment, job seekers must be willing to do all that they can to out shine the competition," says Robin.
Inspired by survey results and personal stories from her clients, Robin wrote a full article titled "Eat Your Way to a New Job." In this article she details the findings of the survey, tells how her clients have benefited in terms of employment and she outlines the 5 Steps to Reinvention.
"I guarantee that if a person adheres to the 5 Steps to Reinvention for a minimum of sevens days they will not only drop pounds, but they will also be on their way to a new level of excellence," says Robin.
The full article can be found in the blog.
By personally dropping 40 pounds, Robin understands the power of proper food and nutrition. This wife, mother and nutritional wellness expert is the founder of Necessary Nutrition.
Robin and her team are on a mission to improve the eating habits and overall well-being of millions of people and their families. She shows her clients how to use food and nutrition as a tool for reinvention and a tool for reaching personal and professional goals.
|SOURCE Necessary Nutrition|
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