What you should be eating to get more done each day

What foods you should be eating

Did you know that the brain consumes roughly 20% of our daily calories and it requires a regular supply of glucose to help us concentrate, remember and learn?

Mental activities will use up a brain’s supply of glucose – meaning the foods we munch on whilst working are crucial to maintaining these glucose levels and thus our thinking power and levels of productivity.

If you’re fed up of experiencing low energy and mental tiredness throughout the day, take this opportunity to review the foods and drinks you are consuming. What is making you feel this way, and what should you be eating to help with mental alertness?

Check out this detailed infographic from Hubspot and EBOC (Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Community) to learn more about how food affects you and what you should be eating for better performance. Carrot stick anyone?

 

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Gemma Falconer is a Campaign Manager for Citrix. She is part of the EMEA marketing team and looks after the webinar programme, email nurturing and content creation for the UK. In her spare time, you'll find her diving around a volleyball court, trying to learn Portuguese and eating cake – lots of cake! Connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter More blog posts by Gemma Falconer ››
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