Category Archives: Corporate Wellness

CostCo spending one billion dollars on healthcare (est.)

According to my calculations after input from the Bloomberg News editor While watching CBS This Morning last week, I learned that CostCo foots the healthcare bill for 88% of its 174,000 well-paid employees. A company known for taking care of … Continue reading

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Massive Food Problem. Mark Bittman recommends patience.

I recommend LEADERSHIP! Once again, let me say it up front—when it comes to our food system, Mark Bittman is the most knowledgeable journalist on the planet. He totally “gets it” about the health, environmental and sustainability issues. But like … Continue reading

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Learning from the “dairies to berries” project in Finland…

…about how “real” dietary guidelines can work in the USA Last week, Dr. Michael Greger posted a video (see below) that inspired this blog. He started out by asking why we even care what the official U.S. dietary guidelines are? … Continue reading

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