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Go Nuts at Work Or Why Eat Pistachios at Work?


Feb 18, 19
By Inesa Slevaite
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Health Pistachios Recipe

On average, a person spends at least one-third of their day at work, even though it feels like the entire lifetime… From the hours staring at a computer screen to the near temptation of treats in the breakroom. Or a secret hidden place under your desk – work is the place where small changes can make huge differences.

As most of you know, hunger is a very important factor in managing your workday wellness. Most of us are becoming more and more distracted due to hunger in the mornings, before lunch and think about food often, every day, all day. The solution to that would be consuming more food that reduces hunger and appetite; thus, PISTACHIOS can show you a great example!

Therefore, we want to update you with some facts about why pistachios are handy at work to make you fall in love with them!

 If you have a midmorning snack of pistachios, this can help improve your concentration. It can also boost brain power and competitive advantage at work.
 Eating pistachios stimulate brain waves associated with cognition, memory and learning. Lutein, an antioxidant found in pistachios, is also associated with improvements in executive brain function.
 Since frequent snacking might cause weight gain, daily pistachio snack to an existing diet is not likely to cause weight gain. It could add important nutrients you might be missing now.
Pistachios can reduce vascular stress! Since they have a high healthy fat content, lots of fibre and plenty of antioxidants to keep blood vessels open and relaxed during stressful moments.

What does it all mean? EAT MORE PISTACHIOS!

Note that this article is not intended to replace medical or nutrition advice from your medical doctor or dietitian. Please discuss changes in your diet with a registered professional.

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Inesa Slevaite, Marketing Executive at Borna Food


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