The project dubbed “Wellness at Work” incorporates achievable, small steps for healthy eating and physical activity into everyday life.
The on-going campaign serves as a platform for people to know their health status to live healthier and longer lives and increase productivity at the workplaces.
Chief Executive Officer of M.Y. Ventures, Dr. Caesar says drivers are valuable in socio-economic development, hence the need to be educated on personal health to give up the best of service.
“The nation can lose lives from accidents, so it has become increasingly important for M.Y. ventures to partner with these drivers, either to give them education or introduce our products that give nutrition to the body”, he stated.
The campaign involves presentations on healthy living practices and free sampling of the company’s natural health products and food supplements.
According to Dr. Caesar, commercial drivers are prone to eating ‘junk foods’ but need to be nourished to offer good services to the country.
He has cautioned drivers against intake of alcohol and other stimulants during and after driving, stating that “when you use such products wrongly it rather weakens the body. So most times you see drivers complaining of waste pains, complaining of spinal problems and always worried about headaches”.
M.Y. Venture is engaging corporate institutions to institute measure to prevent diseases and avoid the problems of curing diseases.
Story by Kofi Adu Domfeh