Super Foods for a Super Day Ahead of You

May 24, 2021

Super foods for a Super Day Ahead You

The CEOs of the world follow a strict schedule to keep them in the loop of their business affairs. 

The everyday regimen includes meditation, exercise, and time to relax with family and friends for work-life balance.

However, most people do not get a glimpse of what these successful leaders eat to get through their busy days. Do they even have time to eat? Of course, they do, and here are the superfoods that you must incorporate into your diet for a boost of productivity and steady motivation throughout the day!

1. Good Fat

Many studies may have decided that everyone should avoid fat at all costs unless it's the good kind that can help promote productivity - and this is where fatty fishes will shine particularly, salmon.

Salmon has a high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids that enhance cognitive performance and swifter recall for a day at work.

According to a study, the omega-3 fatty acids found on salmon can curb mild depression aside from heightened performance and productivity.

If you are not a fan of eating fish, consider taking fish oil supplements to nourish your body with the recommended dose of omega-3 fatty acids that you should not be missing out on due to its proven benefits!

2. High Socie-Tea

Caffeine may be the drink of choice of the working class to uplift their energies and spirits. However, consuming more than the recommended amount of caffeine can be more detrimental to you than helpful.

High caffeine intake can lead to significant health issues that are not limited to heart palpitations or even seizures. Besides cardio-vascular problems, you are also at risk of developing hormonal changes that may be too much for your body.

That is the reason why green tea is a better choice for an afternoon pick-me-up and productivity boost! However, to get more benefits from green tea, consider having Matcha as the whole tea leaf is turned into a fine powder for you to consume. This variant provides more health benefits thanks to the fiber content and a ton of polyphenols, an excellent antioxidant.

So, drink your tea to get into higher society!

3. Berry Motivated

Aside from being tasty tart treats, berries are a great source of nutrients for anyone.

Like green tea, berries are a great source of antioxidants that hinder the free radical production of your body. Therefore, snacking on berries, such as blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries, can help reduce your risk of developing diseases that are partly due to oxidative stress and free radical damage.

If you have a sweet tooth that loves to sink into sweet treats, berries can curb your cravings while also improving your blood sugar levels and insulin response.

These tasty treats are also a great source of soluble fiber. If you are constantly experiencing sudden bouts of a hunger pang, berries are a low-carb snack that you can eat to your heart's desire. The fiber present in the small treats can also help reduce the calories you get from consuming other meals. In addition, your heart would benefit from these little wonders as they can lower extreme and harmful cholesterol levels and keep it protected from oxidation that can make you at risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Aside from a healthier heart, darker berries are great for increasing cognitive performance and memory essential for busybodies such as yourself. Consuming berries will also help prevent the onset of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's that may debilitate you in the future.

Some studies also suggest that the antioxidants present in berries can help reduce skin wrinkles as it fights off free radicals that contribute to early signs of aging. Thanks to the ellagic acid present in berries, this antioxidant protects the skin by blocking the enzymes that ruin collagen when sun-damaged. 

Young-looking skin and healthier heart? Those reasons are enough to keep you very motivated at work!

4. AvocaDo Better

Avocados will help you do your best at work as it is jampacked with nutrients that are beneficial for a productive day ahead of you.

Avocados are a significant source of C, E, K, and B-6 vitamins and riboflavin, niacin, folate, magnesium, pantothenic acid, and potassium. Lutein, beta-carotene, and omega-3 fatty acids are available as well.

While this wonder fruit has calories, these are the good kind that you would want inside your body. These beneficial fats keep you full and satiated to prevent you from craving unhealthy snacks throughout the day.

Aside from keeping you full for the most of your day, avocados are good for your heart as it helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels because of the beta-sitosterol found in this fruit.

This superfruit is also loaded with antioxidants such as carotenoids, zeaxanthin, and lutein that are crucial for your eye's health. These antioxidants are linked to reducing your risk of developing cataracts and macular degeneration commonly found in adults.

5. Egg-cellent!

Eggs are an excellent source of choline.

While most people are not familiar with choline, this nutrient helps build cell membranes and has an essential role in producing the needed signal molecules for your brain.

In addition to more excellent brain performance, eggs are a great source of quality protein that is the body's primary building block.

Consuming enough protein is essential for the development of muscles as well as your brain.

Final Thoughts

The CEOs of the world follow a strict schedule to keep them in the loop of their business affairs. While you may still have a long way to go to becoming one, there is nothing wrong with eating your way up the corporate ladder with the help of healthy and nutrient-dense superfoods. With a healthy lifestyle and good eating habits, you can pave your way for a brighter future thanks to taking care of your physical health. As you take care of your physical health, your mental health follows suit.

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