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Does The Food We Eat Affect Our Productivity?

According to the flagship study released on the subject by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 2005, our nutrition habits have a direct impact on our productivity. In fact, the World Health Organization says that adequate nourishment can raise national productivity levels by 20 percent! This begs the questions: What foods are brain foods and drain foods? And how can employees be encouraged to pursue a healthy diet?

 

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  1. Taking care of us means taking care of our minds and our bodies. I often talk about the value of eating a really good lunch, and balking at the pizza / fast food option. It makes a tremendous difference in how I perform. When I eat junk, I can count how many times I yawn in an afternoon in relationship to how many crappy carbs and sugar I ingested. Thanks for this! I’m sharing with our FB fans at http://www.facebook.com/J.Patrick.Associates & on Twitter @jpatrickjobs

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