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It’s National Nutrition Month: Build a Balanced Plate & Practice Mindful Eating

Each meal we eat we have choices. How will you fill up your plate or bowl today? Here are some of our favorite tips from Omada, our Diabetes Prevention and Management partner, on how to build a balanced meal:​

  • Pack in the veggies-Steer towards non-starchy veggies with an array of colors. Your veggie choices should make up about half of your plate. ​Examples: Broccoli, spinach, zucchini, tomatoes, asparagus​
  • Pick out your protein-Pick good quality products that can be enjoyed hot or cold. ​It is usually recommended that protein takes up about ¼ of your plate. Examples: Chicken breast, tuna, salmon, mini meatballs​, tofu, lentils
  • Don’t forget the fat: The healthy fat that is! Good fats help give your body everything it needs. ​Examples: Hummus, avocado, walnuts, nut butter, olives, shredded coconut, pumpkin seeds​
  • Add a fun twist-This is an optional item that adds a bit of fun and can also help keep you on track. ​Examples: Blueberries, kale chips, orange slices, dark chocolate, cheese wedge

When Building a Balanced Plate isn’t Enough

Sometimes it isn’t just about knowing what to eat- it’s about something deeper. The what, why, where, when of eating is tied deeply to our emotions, and each person has their own very unique relationship with food. This month, we encourage you to explore that relationship a little more deeply. Consider incorporating a brief Mindful Eating practice or simply journal your emotions and thoughts during and after a meal or two. Even incorporating just one or two of these ideas into your daily meals might prove to be helpful and improve your relationship with mealtime.

For more information on building a balanced plate and other ways to get or keep your body healthy, check out your resources here.

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​Healthy Habit Challenge: Smart Eating

  • Challenge Starts-March 20th
  • Challenge Ends- March 26th
  • Earn 1,000 Points

Explore Your Spiritual Health Module-Earn 4,000 points

Spirituality is a varied experience with room for many views. In general, it includes a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves, and it often involves a search for meaning or purpose in life. In this module, you will look within to explore your spiritual health. Theresa Vithayathil Edmonson, Vice President Spiritual Health along with a panel of Spiritual health providers from across the organization, will be hosting each topic throughout this module. This on-demand module is offered through Virgin Pulse. Search Explore Your Spiritual Health Module in the Benefits section of your Virgin Pulse account.

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New Financial Care Resources Available

We know it is difficult to feel your best when facing stressful financial burdens. To care for and support you in your well-being journey, we have partnered with Brightside . Learn more about your financial care resources here.

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Women Talk Money: Trailblazing Together

Join Fidelity Investments for our special Women’s History Month series, Our money moment: Trailblazing together, to learn how we can collectively create change for the future – for ourselves and generations of women to come.

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2023 Health Incentive

The deadline to earn your Choose Well health incentive for 2023 was Friday, Nov. 11, 2022. You’ll receive the incentive starting January 2023. For more details about your health incentive, visit, search health incentive.

Appeals Nov. 12, 2022 through March 31, 2023

You have certain rights if you believe you were denied a benefit for which you are entitled. Caregivers who believe there was a plan administrative error, system error, technology problem or other circumstance affecting their ability to complete the 2023 health incentive activities may file an appeal by contacting Virgin Pulse at 844-930-1238. Your appeal must be submitted by March 31, 2023.

Choose Well Fit New Classes: Slow Vinyasa Yoga Practice

We have a great addition to your day, yoga! Build total-body strength and improve flexibility with this 55 minute slow vinyasa yoga practice. This full-body, breath-focused yoga practice with Milly will cultivate steadiness of body and mind. That sounds like a great addition to your day!

Take the class today!