Five foods to boost your productivity on a daily basis

We take a look at five foods to help boost your productivity on a daily basis.

Sport360 staff
by Sport360 staff
3rd July 2017

article:3rd July 2017

Feeling positive on a daily basis isn’t always easy and there are many factors that can influence your mood.

Fuelling your body with the correct food is something that can impact how you feel and look.


If you want to feel sharper and maximise your productivity levels on a daily basis, here are five foods to include on your shopping list.

BLUEBERRIES

A fruit rich in antioxidants, blueberries help protect the brain from stress and balance blood sugar.

They are one of the best brain foods and an easy mid-morning snack to include in your daily food plan.

Not only are berries high in fibre but they are also pure in minerals which helps protect the immune system.

KEY BENEFITS: They increase the production of dopamine which promotes energy and motivation.

Blueberries are high in fibre and rich in minerals.Blueberries are high in fibre and rich in minerals.

WALNUTS

Another food type that helps improve brain cell communication, walnuts are high in Vitamin E and a powerful food due to their high amounts of fatty acids.

Swapping the work hunger for some healthy fats will promote a slow release of energy and an improved ability to retain information.

KEY BENEFITS: Walnuts have been linked to lower cholesterol and even lowering the risk of cancer, making you feel healthier and more active.

Walnuts can make you feel healthier and more active.

SALMON, TUNA AND SARDINES

Perhaps the best commonly known superfood, fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and keeps the heart and brain healthy.

Salmon, tuna and sardines are examples of fish that are easy to cook and can be added to a salad to help make a simple nutritious meal.

Another benefit of eating fish is its quick production of collagen in the skin, leading to a reduction in wrinkles.

KEY BENEFITS: The omega-3 helps brain power, making you feel confident and alert during your daily routine.

Try to stick to oily fish like Sardines.

SPINACH, KALE AND BROCOLLI

Greens such as spinach, kale and broccoli are essential in providing a high level of iron to the body.

In addition, they help slow down memory loss and maintain a balance between immunity and inflammation to maximise your overall energy.

KEY BENEFITS: The antioxidants in greens are highly nourishing and improve brain health.

greens

‘Eat your greens’ is a sound piece of parental advice.

WHOLE GRAINS

Brown rice and oats are great examples of whole grains that improve the flow of blood to the brain.

They include a high level of Vitamin E and fibre, helping the maintenance of valuable nutrients.

Eating whole grains help distribute healthy fats around the body, keeping cholesterol levels and blood sugar down.

KEY BENEFITS: Whole grains include plenty of fibre to lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol – helping to improve your overall health.

Organic Whole Grains

Whole Grains help lower blood pressure and cholesterol.


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