This week, to be more cognitively productive, try what personal trainers, productivity experts, and weight-loss coaches all seem to recommend - eat more than 3 times in your day - consume smaller meals about every three hours in order to maximize the available energy your brain has to use to keep you going and get things done.
Big meals don't just create a sudden backlog in our digestive tracts, they can cause a sluggish surge in insulin, and they physically weigh us down to decrease our motivation to get things done and be productive. Research shows that people who are *slightly hungry* and not over-full perform better on many cognitive tests - alertness, awareness, motivation, reasoning, spatial ability, and intelligence all seem to go up when ghrelin (the hunger hormone) is moderately active.
So this week, improve your productivity by eating (smaller amounts) more often!
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