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Sustainability - Wellness Initiative

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At PITT OHIO, our most significant resource is our people, so we've extended our mission to be People Driven beyond the workplace. In 2007, PITT OHIO initiated a company-wide wellness program in an effort to encourage our employees to Eat Right, Be Fit and Live Well.

The goal of the program is to improve our employees' health and safety. In order to allow each employee the opportunity to perform to his or her greatest potential, we take care of our people. And in turn – our employees take exceptional care of our customers.

March 2023 – National Nutrition Month

National Nutrition Month is an annual campaign created 50 years ago in 1973 by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. During the month of March, everyone is invited to learn about making informed food choices and developing healthful eating and physical activity habits.

This year's theme is "Fuel for the Future." Eating with sustainability in mind is a tasty way to nourish ourselves during every phase of life and protect the environment.

Every five years, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are revised by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and it’s fitting that a new set of guidelines was released in a year where our worst lifestyle habits emerged and the true impact of chronic disease were made clear.  

Sustainability - Eat Right

Eat Right – Eat with the Environment in Mind    

Sustainability is a complex global issue that centers around solving global warming and feeding future population grown. The good news is that there are many things we can do to make small changes that have a significant impact. Our health will benefit, too. Eating sustainably begins with making better food choices; buying locally, reducing waste, buying in season, starting your own garden and purchasing food with minimal packaging.

 Sustainability - Be Fit

Be Fit – Fuel for Exercise

There are tons of energy bars and drinks that are designed to help you perform better. They are easy to bring during bike rides, long runs, and hikes. But most of these products contain preservatives and artificial color and flavor. It is almost as easy to bring “real” food with you and it is definitely healthier. Bananas, nuts and seeds, and even homemade granola bars are much better food options for our earth and your health.

 Sustainability - Live Well

Live Well – Stay Nourished and Save Money

Are you someone trying to go about your life, juggling a list of things on any given day, while also trying to nourish yourself, your family, and stay within a budget? There’s a very good chance everyone could answer yes to that question. While people think eating healthy is expensive, it doesn’t have to be if you are strategic – buying locally, meal planning and learning about community resources such as WIC, local food banks and SNAP are strategies that can help you feed your family healthy meals and stay within your budget.