Jul 11 2014
Are you glad it’s summertime? I know I am! Not only is summer a great time for some relaxation and traveling, but it is a great opportunity to try out some new recipes and master the grill. Ladies, grilling isn’t just for the man of the house. And men, there are more things to grill than just a big steak! Some of my favorites include grilled chicken, zucchini squash, and even grilled pineapple! Preparing individual skewers of meat and vegetables can help to aid in portion control. As with any type of cooking, it is important to ensure your grilled meats reach the proper internal temperature to prevent food-borne illness. This can be done with a food thermometer which can easily be found at your local grocery store. Let’s look at some of those temperatures.
May 02 2014
Let us introduce ourselves. TRS Wellness is a division of Therapy and Rehab Solutions, a contract-based therapy provider located in central Arkansas. Along with the best staff of techs and support staff around, our company utilizes credentialed physical therapists, certified athletic trainers, exercise specialists, wellness coordinators, speech and occupational therapists, registered nurses and registered dietitian/nutritionists to provide quality services to the surrounding area.
Apr 30 2014
Food and the act of eating can encompass many aspects and areas of an individual’s life. On the surface, food consumption seems to be a simple topic. You eat to stay alive. While this is true, we know that there are many underlying emotions, motives, and dietary guidelines that can accompany a diet.
Apr 25 2014
An article recently published on BusinessInsurance.com, "Wellness Incentives Tied to Improved Worker Health Gaining Popularity," shows a growing trend in outcomes-based financial incentives for employees, with 13% of mid-sized companies offering outcomes-based financial incentives in 2012, and another 50% considering adding outcomes-based incentives to their wellness programs.
Apr 23 2014
The term “Corporate Wellness” has gotten a bad rep because of ineffective, poorly executed weight loss challenges and cheesy incentives. But the truth is, investing in the health and wellness of employees has endless possibilities for returns. An exceptional program also has the potential to “strengthen an organization’s culture and to build employee pride, trust, and commitment.”