4 May 2016, 10:14 — 4 min read
Preparation is the keyword for success. Be it business meetings, presentations, client conferences or daily work tasks. Similarly, preparation is important for the success of adequate nutrition while working.
You need to prepare yourself for a diet that supplies the right balance of nutrition to busy entrepreneurs, frequent travellers and late-night workers.
Fight your nutrition deficiency & succeed with great nutrition
Processed foods are high in sugar, fat, sodium, preservatives and have almost zero nutritional value. Some of the most common packaged food that busy executives should avoid are:
Such processed foods are high in trans-fat and low on nutrition. In order to prolong the life of processed food, manufacturers resort to chemical processing, genetic modification of food, dehydration and freezing.
Don’t just eat to fill yourself up. Mindfully choosing the ingredients for your meals is an important part of preparation. Many busy executives tend to skip lunch, therefore it’s important to have a balanced breakfast.
If you are travelling, then the eat-out breakfast options include:
Avoid large, heavy meals while at office, which can make you feel lethargic. Opt for smaller frequent courses.
Read more about the benefits of mindful eating.
With preparation in your nutrition, symptoms such as mental fatigue, that can result from an unhealthy diet, can slowly dissipate. If you are unsure if your diet is heading in the healthy direction, ask yourself some simple questions:
Start with small, manageable changes in your diet. Obesity and higher levels of LDL “bad” cholesterol, increase your risk of heart attacks, heart diseases, diabetes and several other ailments.
Planning ahead is the key to making healthy food choices, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle while working. Your new healthy lifestyle will fill you with energy and fuel to focus on your career, business, set new goals and propel your professional growth.
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