How Does Diet Affect Productivity? 5 Diet Tips Every Entrepreneur Needs To Stay Productive

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Entrepreneurs are one of the most occupied groups of creatures in today’s world. All of their focus track is how to get things done on time and how to be super productive. Yet, a lot of entrepreneurs rarely give much consideration to what they eat or drink. They often get engaged with the overwhelming day-to-day schedules and forget the body needs to be replenished with good food.

Everything is not just about working; working in good health condition increases productivity and puts you in a dynamic shape. World Health Organization  revealed that “Adequate nutrition can raise your productivity level by 20 percent on average.”

Everything we eat gets converted into vital minerals needed for our entire system to function efficiently.

With that stated, follow these 5 diet hacks to be a healthy entrepreneur as being healthy alone will boost your productivity.

  1. Take caution with your breakfast habit

“Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a slave.” this is a popular and yet very accurate description of how the eating routine should be.

A productive day starts with a healthy breakfast. Your breakfast doesn’t need to be a huge one but must contain nutrients that will position your body and brain into a good shape for the day’s activities.

 Food Council Survey revealed that 93 percent of Americans believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yet only 44 percent actually eat breakfast on a daily basis.

A study conducted at the University of Bath shows that “people who eat breakfast tend to engage in more physical activities in the morning than those who skip breakfast.”

Your breakfast should contain fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat protein, and low-fat dairy. These are the food group you can give your body to have the best result for the day.

  1. Eat On Time And Not When You Are Extremely Hungry

It’s common among entrepreneurs to skip a meal on the basis of working. The body system is like an electronic machine that needs a power supply for proper functioning; once the power supply quenches, the machine stops working.

Eating on time is one of the effective ways to stay productive.

The effect of not eating on time most times result in dizziness and weakness and can make it difficult for you to focus.

Avoid eating only when you are extremely worn out and hungry — this also has its health hazards. Always have some fresh fruits or snacks nearby when engaging in some important tasks.

  1. Drink More Water

Most people find it difficult to take a glass of water in the morning, or after eating.

As an entrepreneur using a large portion of his brain all the time, you need water to sustain yourself and to get out of dehydration. Dehydration causes shrinkage of brain tissue and affects the thinking ability. Most entrepreneurs don’t know this, even the ones that do don’t take it as a priority.

Having a lot of water intake increases productivity, and helps brain for proper function. Research shows that almost 60 percent of the human body is made up of water, that is why a lot of water is needed in the body for proper function.

“Water is like a fuel you need when you are working and doing several activities,” said a successful and well-known internet entrepreneur, Bamidele Onibalusi.

Aigars Silkalns, founder of Colorlib, also attested to how much drinking more water has helped shape his entrepreneurial journey to the path of success.

It was not possible to get in touch with people like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to know their take on drinking more water, but with how much they’ve declared healthy lifestyle as their key to success, it’s arguable that they also exercise the habit of drinking more water than the average man.

  1. Avoid Junks And Take More Of Fruits

Junk foods are what most people enjoy eating especially during working hours, just because it’s easier and faster to access.

Meanwhile, most of these junk foods are high in calories with low nutritional value, which is extremely dangerous for the health.

The body needs calories for proper functioning, however, when too many calories are stored in the body, the remaining is converted into excess fat, which can be very dangerous to your health.

Replace your snacks with fruits, as most fruits are low in fat and calories and they have no cholesterol. Taking more Fruits can reduce the risk of several health issues.

  1. Follow The Routine To Get A Good Result

Most people find it encouraging to start something because the motivation and the drive are still intact. But a lot of people suddenly get sick and tired of it after some time.  

The best and only way to get a desirable result in your health status is to follow and continue with the routine daily. Don’t just start and stop after some time, but let it be part of your habit and make it your daily must do; as time goes on, you will definitely drop the old habits and focus on food that only nourishes your body.

To round Things Up

Watch what you eat, eat what is right; you are the product of what you take in. What doesn’t benefit your health destroys you gradually. And an unhealthy meal, no matter how little, will deter your health in due time. Eat what is right today and your body will appreciate you for it tomorrow.

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Joseph Chukwube is an experienced content writer, link builder and SEO specialist. He is the Founder and CEO of Dream Chase Achieve, a rapidly growing lifestyle and self-improvement blog.

You’ve read How Does Diet Affect Productivity? 5 Diet Tips Every Entrepreneur Needs To Stay Productive, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you’ve enjoyed this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles.

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