Let’s face it: If you work, you get hungry. First of all, unless you spend just an hour or two at the office, you’re going to spend the majority of your time at your desk or work station, and just the progress of the hours means that you will find the need to eat. And we’ve moved to ever more of a snacking society—we snack between meals and not just once, but multiple times per day.
Of course, processed foods tend to be easy to access and affordable, but they aren’t the best for you when it comes to your health, productivity, energy, and creativity. That’s why more people are discussing what’s been termed whole foods.
Whole foods are simply those that aren’t processed, but in their most natural state. Want to learn ideas for what you should be stocking? This graphic offers some options to consider.
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