The demands of work can have a considerable impact on employees’ eating habits. Many people will skip breakfast or lunch because of a long commute or time constraints at work and will feel sluggish later in the day as a result. Similarly, drinking excessive amounts of caffeine and indulging in the usual snacks of cake, chocolate, crisps and fizzy drinks is very common to boost energy, but often leads to lethargy and is detrimental to performance.
A lack of energy, focus and concentration is often blamed on many things. However, our performance is only as good as our last meal or snack. This is where our workplace nutrition programmes can make a real difference to individuals on both a personal and professional level.
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