Eating to Increase Productivity

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Last Monday, I discussed one method of increasing productivity as we ramp up into Q2; using your morning wisely and effectively to get the most out of your day.

Another way to really boost your productivity, and really to improve the quality of your life overall, is to look at your diet.

I’ve been extremely open about how changing my diet reshaped numerous facets of my life. Mine and Beth’s diet is documented by the Misner Plan, which is the name we have given to this lifestyle that has truly reshaped our lives.

That said, food not only impacts your health, but can directly affect your performance at work and productivity. The key to eating a healthy, productivity-inducing diet is to avoid foods that release glucose quickly, like pastas and sweets.

Other options include eating more frequent, smaller meals. We all know those people who are “grazers,” but doing this can actually have a positive impact on your brain functionality. Studies have shown that the brain works best when 25 grams of glucose are circulating in the blood stream at any given time. This is about the amount in a banana.

While it may be easier to eat junk while you work in an attempt to speed up productivity, it really is counter productive. And the mid-day sugar crash will really bring you down.

How does your diet impact your work? Let me know in the comments below.

What’s in It for Us?

When I was diagnosed with prostate cancer back in early 2012, I embarked on a journey to find a holistic way to treat it.  Though it wasn’t at all easy to find natural ways of treating cancer, I was lucky enough to have my wife Beth by my side every step of the way and, as a certified sports nutritionist, she has quite a bit of knowledge in regard to nutrition and holistic health.  With Beth’s help and the help of some very talented doctors, I managed to avoid surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy through a very specific diet plan. For me, the holistic approach worked and I am now in full remission.

My wife and I now share the diet plan which was responsible for my success in overcoming cancer via a website called MisnerPlan.com.  Recently, someone who heard about the site responded with overt suspicion and asked how we are benefiting from sharing this information.  “Yeah, but what’s in it for the Misners?” they asked.   So, what’s in it for us, huh?  Well, this video is our response to that question and in it we openly share exactly how we are benefiting from the Misner Plan and exactly what it’s all about.

After watching the video, please feel free to leave any feedback you have in the comment forum below.  And, if you know someone who might benefit from the information on www.MisnerPlan.com, Beth and I would love for you to share it with them.  Thanks!

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