- December 7, 2015
- by Jakub Szyszka
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There are times in all of our lives where we lose concentration which can be down to a number of things, but one main thing that can affect it is our diet. It has been known for a long time that certain foods promote a healthier lifestyle, increase the immune system to fight coughs and colds and even help to prevent illness.
What a lot of people don’t know is that there are foods that can also help with focus which in turn can help with productivity in the home and workplace.
Full of antioxidants and vitamin C blueberries are known for their health boosting properties. Not only will they help you to knuckle down and complete tasks that you just don’t seem to have the concentration for, but they have a long lasting effect of anything from three to five hours!
With their protective properties against certain cancers, heart problems and even dementia they can help reduce the amount of time taken off work due to ill health.
Omega 3 rich fish
The omega-3 fatty acids contained in some fish have been used in supplements for a long time to help both children and adults to concentrate.
Including salmon, sardines, trout and other oily fish into your diet can keep you focused for longer and can also help with depression and generally feeling low.
Not feeling quite yourself for whatever reason can lead your mind to stray onto other things, or just leave you in a state where brain fog blocks your mental capacity. Having a mood that is consistent makes for better communication, concentration and in turn productivity.
Chocolate is in the top 10 things to eat to boost concentration, but don’t get too excited and start dipping into the chocolate drawer for the dairy milk chocolate.
Dark chocolate is full of antioxidants and has many health boosting properties including aiding productivity.
As dark chocolate naturally contains caffeine it can help to keep you alert so that you can concentrate better on the job in hand, you only need a small amount to help give you a boost. Too much of it can have an adverse affect making you feel alert for a short while and then taking a sugar nose dive and feeling pretty muggy within a short amount of time.
Nuts are excellent for both short and long lasting results to the health.
As they contain vitamin E they can stop the decline of concentration and memory which has been related to aging. Easy to carry and store you need just a handful each day. They can be mixed with other foods or eaten alone for a fast and tasty snack that will give you the focus to get through the day without flagging.
Vitamin B choline is naturally present in eggs and are proven to help enhance the memory. As a breakfast choice they can save rehashing notes allowing your productivity to soar.
If it’s good enough for Popeye then although we don’t all want bulging biceps the ability to learn and memorize things is another advantage this nutritious vegetable provides. The antioxidants’ can help prevent ill health too! Less sick time, more work and capital produced.
Green tea is now available in different varieties with a flavor to suit most people. It contains ingredients naturally that can relax you mentally yet retain focus. The antioxidant properties have the ability to improve the signals to and from the brain!
Raw carrots are sweet because they naturally contain glucose. Unlike raw sugar this energy is broken down at a slower rate so that the body and mind are fed energy consistently rather than in short bursts with extreme dips and lack of focus.
As one of the worlds well known super foods, broccoli has nutrients including vitamin K. Vitamin K is extremely important when it comes to feeding your brains function and power.