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Food For Better Entrepreneurship Skills

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While it might sound strange for some, the majority of good entrepreneurs and leaders do not just eat to satisfy their hunger. Or, better yet, they should not just eat for that purpose alone; there are certain foods that have been scientifically proven to boost the metabolic performance of business people, with special attention being given to managing positions. Think of them as athletes in their own workplace – this basically means they also need to feed themselves like athletes. Let’s learn exactly what this means.

 

Food For The Brain

 

As any athlete, foods based on lean protein, fruits and veggies, complex carbs, no sugar, white flour, and the minimum of processed foods is a good start. Nevertheless, beside the physical effort, a manager tends to have a set of extra nutritional brains to keep his brain satisfied and highly productive. The brain produces large quantities of oxidants while working, hence the impression many busy people get that their brain is on fire after a hard day’s work at the office. Those foods that are particularly rich in antioxidants such as apples, tea, berries, or beans are known to play the role of flame retardants. This is why they are highly recommended to business people and folks working with their creativity a lot.

 

Needless to say drinking sufficient water is crucial to any healthy diet. The human brain is 70 up to 80 percent water. Keeping it active for 10 hours a day will lead to the foggy brain and even to locking yourself out of the office. www.247locksmithservice.com/areas/bronx-ny is a good place where you can find the professional Bronx locksmiths you might need after an exhausting day in front of the computer. This will also require alimentation of the metabolic waste from the brain; this can be achieved through optimal hydration.  Two cups of water in the morning, avoiding lots of caffeine (only drinking coffee in the afternoon to stimulate serotonin production), soda, or highly processed foods will help a lot.  

 

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