A Better Choice For Freshness

Besides setting up a clean workspace and ensuring you have enough sleep overnight, your diet can also play an important role in brain function and memory. If you’re finding yourself getting easily distracted at work and you feel your productivity could be better, read on to find out which foods can help you focus better and improve your efficiency at work.  

Blueberries
Powerful little berries that pack a punch when it comes to nutrients! Look no further than blueberries when it comes to getting a boost of vitamin C, vitamin K1 and manganese. Being high in antioxidants, blueberries are your brain’s best friend for memory and learning. Why not sprinkle a handful of blueberries over your morning cereal or yoghurt, or save them for a healthy snack later in the day! 

Leafy greens
Load up on greens! There are many positive benefits to consuming leafy greens each day, including supporting brain function and concentration. Including greens into your diet is super easy! Why not make our Mediterranean Chicken Salad or try out our Tropi-Kale Juice, for a good hit of greens.  

Eggs
Having eggs for breakfast may be exactly what your brain needs in the morning! Just having one egg can provide a good dose of daily nutrients that are associated with a healthy brain. If eggs in the morning isn’t your thing, then treat yourself to a hearty lunch like our Chicken Ramen, which is packed with nutrients and topped with a delicious egg! 

Oily fish
Feed your brain with healthy fats that are found in oily fish such as salmon, tuna or mackerel. They are packed with omega-3 fatty acids which are vital when it comes to healthy brain function and general wellbeing. If you’re looking for a boost of fish in your diet, try our Turmeric and Coconut Fish Curry.   

Nuts
Another wonderful source of healthy fats is nuts! They’re filled with good fats, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, all of which are vital for a healthy functioning brain. A great on-the-go snack are our Apple and Walnut Muffins – the perfect accompaniment to your morning tea that will also boost your productivity.  

Dark chocolate
The good news is you can enjoy a sweet treat and still get the benefits for your brain! Dark chocolate is packed with brain-boosting compounds, including caffeine and antioxidants. Research suggests that plant sourced antioxidants can enhance memory and slow down age-related mental decline.  Another reason to eat chocolate is for its mood boosting benefits, a bonus for the sweet tooths out there! 

 Good luck with improving your productivity – we hope this article inspires you to try something new!  

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