Five Eating Habits that Reduce Productivity in the Workplace

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 To maintain the right level of productivity in the workplace ensure that you avoid bad eating habits

To maintain the right level of productivity in the workplace ensure that you avoid bad eating habits.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

The way you eat what you eat, and when you eat it, all affect the level of productivity in the workplace. Here is a look into the habits that reduce productivity in the workplace.


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, though many people skip it. Sometimes you are late and you just rush out without having breakfast. This is the main reason why it is very easy to skip breakfast. Skipping breakfast will often drain your energy and leave you snacking here and there throughout the day.


Sometimes people think that in order to make up for times they skip food; they can eat in large quantities and forget about food for the rest of the day. You should avoid this.

Emotional Eating

This is often called stress eating. Commonly found among women and heartbreak, it involves eating to get your mind off the thoughts of whatever is troubling you. You will gain weight unconsciously and it is usually harder to loose it than to gain it.

Working and Eating

Avoid eating while doing some other activity. This includes eating while you are sitting at your computer at work. What this does is it blinds you from the amount of food you take in. It will be very difficult for you to control what you eat if you don’t know how much you are eating.

These eating habits should be avoided in order to ensure that you maintain the level of productivity in the workplace.

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