[Infographic] The Productivity Diet: What to Eat to Get More Done in the Day

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Long hours, deadline oriented work, and high stress levels are not the most conducive conditions for a healthy lifestyle. As an administrator or attorney, the odds are stacked against you when it comes to creating and sustaining healthy habits. However, there’s a growing body of research that suggests caring for your body promotes productivity. Sharon McDowell-Larsen of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) studied attorney’s relative health in relationship to their firm’s encouragement and support of healthy lifestyle habits. In the summary of her work, Improving Performance by Promoting Attorney Health, she says that “promoting a healthy diet and regular physical activity by your firm’s attorneys makes good business sense. It builds the immune system, reduces disease, improves cognitive function and helps even high-performers become more productive.” Check out this infographic from our friends at EBOC and HubSpot that lays the foundation for creating a more productive diet.

 

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  1. Mark Starnes on

    Many of us know the information but choose to do eat on the unhealthy or less helpful side. When we don’t eat right we can be subject to cholesterol issues and high blood pressure to name just two possible medical problems. Then with the medications the Doctor will prescribe they can make the person experience lower energy levels on top of the medical conditions being treated. There is a simple solution. Excellent information.

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