According to data from the consultants Food Navigator, only 34% of people believe that they have a healthy diet. Perhaps that is why improving your diet always comes up as one of the most repeated New Year’s resolution.
Improving our food choices does not only have repercussions in our health. It also affects our well-being and our work performance. According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), a poor diet can reduce our productivity by up to 20%.
Despite the willingness to improve our diet, the fast pace of life accelerated by contemporary society makes this task difficult. The consequences include more fatigue, loss of physical and mental agility and, in many cases, health problems and a higher rate of absenteeism.
In this MOOC you will discover the characteristics of food and how you should apply them in terms of the challenges you face. We will also show you the tools to help you to maintain good habits and that these are not constrained by the intense pace of your day to day.
A balanced diet, in terms of the right amount and frequency is key to maintaining our energy and performance levels.
Content you will find in the MOOC Mindful eating: