Posted: Typically, we eat with our body weight or heart health in mind, but research shows we should also be eating for our brains. It is now well known that our food choices influence our memory, mood, general cognitive skills and mental wellbeing.
Posted: Feeling tired, crabby and can't make a decision to save your life? It might mean you have an unfit brain -- and you need a nap. Whipping your brain into shape is just as important as toning your guns at the gym -- especially for small business owners.
Management by Dr. Jenny Brockis | February 18, 2016 Is your workplace healthy? Is it a place where policies and procedures are in place to ensure that the risk of physical injury is minimized? Is it a place that offers free lunchtime sessions on healthy nutrition, and discounted gym memberships?
The whole purpose of employing somebody is that they work to their full potential. This is a fact that's often forgotten in the workplace, said Dr Jenny Brockis, medical practitioner and author of the bookFuture Brain. Employers hire somebody after seeing their CV and think they are capable of performing to a certain level.
By guest expert: Dr Jenny Brockis Most people acknowledge that eating the right foods is imperative for good health but did you know that our food choices can also determine our mood and contribute to our mental wellbeing and focus? Our brain is an energy hog that consumes 20 per cent of all the energy we put into our body.
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