Taking educational classes, obtaining certifications, finding a mentor: Those are all common, popular ways that people try to advance their careers. But how many of you have thought about what you eat having an impact on how you do on the career ladder?
Turns out that eating bad translates into poor performance on the job. That’s because a diet that’s high in stuff that’s not good for your waistline or your overall health is also bad for your productivity. If you feel sluggish at the office, it will translate into a sluggish performance at whatever task you’re working on.
The easiest way to counteract this is pretty simple: Start eating well and eating cleaner. Eating cleaner just means eliminating some of the junk that you might otherwise turn to. No more packaged crackers and cookies; instead reach for the fresh fruits and vegetables, to name just one example. What else can you do? This graphic explains it.
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