1) Make water easy to access.
2) Offer fruits and veggies on-site.
Running through the drive-thru before or after work is easy. Taking the time to slow down and think about what you’re eating and how it fits with the rest of what you’ve eaten that day can be hard work.
Almost everyone has some sort of treat on their birthday. Over time, we associate treats with celebrations and good feelings. Ever stress eat when things don’t seem to be going your way? This habit is basically a ritual to summon good feelings – even if those good feelings don’t address the problem causing you stress.
Eggs, yogurt and nuts are great ways to include protein in your breakfast.
1. It’s easier than a yearlong resolution because:
According to Forbes, employees who are happy and have good relationships in the workplace are less likely to jump ship – saving you money trying to find and train replacements.*** In fact, in the Seamless survey, 41 percent said that food perks with their current employer would deter them from accepting an offer from another company.**
Everyone has ups and downs when it comes to their work. But if you feel like you've been dragging recently, making some quick additions to your diet might
be just the boost you need to get back on track. Check out our top three favorite "superfoods" to help you stay energized and focused in the workplace:
Not only does green tea provide powerful antioxidants, it's also a natural energy booster without negative side effects.
The caffeine in dark chocolate comes in handy for feeling more energetic, and it can help you focus as well. Plus, it contains magnesium, a natural stress reliever.
Grab a banana to get your daily dose of energy-enhancing glucose without unneeded carbs. It'll fill you up as a snack between meals, helping you concentrate on your work instead of your next meal.
And the very best part of these productivity-boosting foods: You can find all three in your Burch Micro-Market.