Food As An Organizational
This may be a radical thought, but what if you could influence your business success through your food choices?
Imagine yourself getting ready for work in the morning...
You have an early morning meeting and you have run out of time for breakfast. It’s raining, traffic is a bear but you finally arrive with minutes to spare. You rush into the meeting and there in the center of the table sits fresh donuts, muffins and a big pot of coffee.
You mentally give thanks for your company’s generosity and reach for a big, fat blueberry muffin, filled with delicious blueberries and topped with a yummy sugary crumble. You quickly devour this just as the meeting gets underway. You swallow this all down with a cup of black coffee straight up.
And so begins the early morning rituals of millions of Americans. Easy fuel for a quick, early morning start.
Let's think about this for a minute.
Most working Americans who report daily to an office probably have lots of opportunities to “fuel up” at work, whether at breakfast meetings, client lunches, afternoon breaks, staff celebrations and after-hour events.
When we unconsciously eat through our day we increase our risk of putting foods on our plate that are damaging to our health and well being.
We have all experienced "the sugar high" and we have all equally experienced the energy crash that follows.
Imagine your whole office or team having the same experience at the same time.
What do you think this does to the productivity of the office?
It does not have to be this way.
What if you could boost the brainpower of your team?
At TS Wellness, we offer an innovative approach that will improve the health and productivity of your team.