7 Foods That Boost Productivity - SyCtRenDs



Wednesday, September 5, 2018

7 Foods That Boost Productivity

The fuel you put into your body not only provides physical energy but can provide mental energy as well. When you eat some something, the nutrients enter your blood stream and ultimately make their way to your brain, Of course there are some foods that are better than others when it comes to sustained energy. And the more energy you have, the more you can get done in a day. 
Read on for seven that are particularly good at boosting productivity:

There's a reason why almonds as well as other nuts and seeds, have long been regarded as "Brain Food" Nuts and Seeds are packed with Vitamin E, which has been linked to a reduced risk of cognitive impairment 

Carbohydrates in general are responsible for more than half of the energy that keeps us going. Of course whole grains, which also offer Vitamins and minerals are the best kind of carbs 
Add whole grain toast to your breakfast or lunch for long term sustained energy. 

Bananas have long been a favorite source of energy among endurance athletes. Some of the world's best competitors have been spotted on the sidelines eating a banana 

If you're looking for an easy and portable snack that packs a tin of energy, opt for raisins. The nutrients are more concentrated than fresh grapes so you can get more energy with less intake.

Eggs for energy?  That's what research published in nutrition Today indicates 
Researchers found the high-quality protein in eggs provided sustained energy and promoted safety, in other words, egg as part of breakfast will keep you productive and full all morning long. 

You're undoubtedly already heard blueberries referred to as superfoods. These berries may be small but they pack a powerful punchs
Blueberries are loaded with cancer-fighting antioxidants, Vitamin C and iron. 

Yogurt may get the most credit for it's calcium but it also offers some serious protein power (as much as six to nine grains per serving. Greek yogurt has even more) 
Fitness experts call it the perfect post-workout snack as it not only helps jumpstart muscles regular but replenishes energy. Yogurt in the morning is also a great way to power up for a productive day. 

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