VR Game – ‘Cook N Move’

Unique. Innovative.

‘Cook ‘N’ Move’ is our exclusive fun and interactive VR game. The game was developed by Rupert in partnership with Hot Knife Digital Media and Nottingham Trent University. The game immerses the user into the Healthy Eating Solutions kitchen to become the chef! They are there able to play our recipe-making game with multiple difficulties. The player is awarded points for avoiding any allergens, bashing away any unhealthy ingredients and collecting healthy ingredients required for the chosen recipe. Their score and calories burnt whilst playing the game are then calculated.

VR Healthy Eating Game








What Our Clients Say

"I would not hesitate to recommend Health Eating Solutions. Rupert and his team came along to our staff wellbeing event at the University of Nottingham and their smoothie bike and healthy snack making were big hits. They created a buzz with their fun, professional and energised approach. All aspects of their service was smooth and stress free from start to finish, including great communication, organisation and delivery."

Laura Walker
Faculty Wellbeing Activities Officer
"Rupert was knowledgeable & brought with him a wide variety of tools (quizzes, display props, charts, infographics, leaflets) to appeal to a range of employees. We wanted to use HES in many different formats including a workshop, 1-1 consultations and running a drop-in stall & Rupert was able to provide all of these. Rupert proactively engaged our employees on the topic & equipped them with advice to make healthy & balanced choices".

Jenny Smyth
HR Manager
"I have engaged with Rupert from Healthy Eating Solutions to plan and implement a series of Corporate Wellness Programs on Nutrition. Rupert is extremely professional and the feedback from the Nutrition sessions was excellent. Rupert is very professional and very knowledgeable on his subject. He presents as focused and relaxed and put across his subject area with ease. I hope to work more with Rupert and Healthy Eating Solutions more in the future."
Andrew Moore
Occupational Health Manager