8 Foods to Boost Your Productivity
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FO O D S TO B O O S T YO U R P R O D U C T I V I T Y
C H EC K O U T O U R FAVO U R I T E
FO O D P I C K U P S
Our diet should consist on natural food that help keeping the brain at its prime, and not the chips from the vending machine or those (albeit delicious) cookies your coworker baked.
What we drink or eat can influence our productivity, so we need to have a good diet at the workplace, and living out energy drinks is not the answer!
Is the perfect excuse to keep some sweets on our desk. It helps to keep us awake and alert which equips we to tackle difficult tasks. Moreover, it improves the amount of blood that flows to our brain.
DA R K C H O C O L AT E
C I T R U S F R U I T SOranges, tangerines and lemons also stimulate alertness. In addiction, if we eat an orange we also benefit from all that Vitamin C for an immune system boost.
C O F F E EOf course, our good old coffee is a magic blend for productivity.
EG G SThey help our short term memory and reaction time. The
protein that eggs contain will keep our brain hitting all the right notes throughout the day.
WAT E RIt keeps us hydrated. Not having enough water detracts our
focus, so drink a lot. Its normal to not have this habit, but its important to gradually get more water overtime, so we dont
fold the system.
G R E E N T E AIs also great to the brain - it helps producing new brain cells. However, we should drink up to two cups per
B LU E B E R R I E SThis fruit improves learning and muscle
function at our brain. Eating blueberries on a regular basis should help us stay coherent
longer into our life.
C A R R OT SOur brain receives a steady level of glucose from raw carrots, which is great to our brain functions. Its often taken as a given that our memory will get worse as us age, but carrots contain luteolin which helps prevent that from happening.
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