Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Food has the power to transform your life, from enhancing your mood, helping you sleep better at night, and even boosting your energy and productivity levels. That being said, in the hustle and bustle of everyday life it can become difficult to make conscious and intentional choices when it comes to food. Remove the research from the equation and check out this list of food suggestions to support your productivity.

Omega-3

Omega-3 fatty acids play an important role when it comes to brain health, specifically memory and focus. Some great sources of Omega-3 can be found in salmon, walnuts, edamame, kidney beans, chia, and seaweed. Try keeping some of these on hand by your desk  so you can enjoy the benefits of a more focused, energetic mindset throughout the workday.

Berries

Not only is this healthy treat delicious, but they’re also packed full of antioxidants and other nutrients that enhance brain health and give you the energy to meet those looming deadlines. Beyond the boost of energy, berries have been known to improve your mood and memory. Try incorporating some strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and cranberries into your daily meals.

Spinach and Leafy Greens

One of the main rules of thumb to follow when eating food to improve your productivity is to remember that foods good for your health, can be good for your brain and that includes leafy greens and spinach. Both are a potent source for micronutrients and are known to boost memory and focus when consumed regularly. Consider adding spinach or other greens to your smoothies, soups, meals, or side dishes.

Green Tea

Green tea benefits your health in countless ways. It’s a source of powerful antioxidants and contains caffeine which makes it a great mid-afternoon pick-me-up. However, matcha green tea in particular has been known to boast the most health benefits. Matcha is made from the entire leaf of the green tree plant and is then turned into a fine powder that will allow you to benefit from the ingredients and fiber that aren’t found in a typical green tea drink.

Consider incorporating these foods into your everyday meals so you can experience the incredible benefits of food-driven productivity.

 

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