Mindful eating: how to eat consciously

According to data from Food Navigator consultants, only 34% of people believe they have a healthy diet. Perhaps that’s why having a better diet is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions.

Improving our food choices not only affects our health but also our well-being and 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 in contemporary society makes it difficult to do so. The consequences include fatigue, loss of physical and mental agility, and in many cases, health problems and a higher rate of absenteeism.

What will you learn in this course?

In this course, you will discover food characteristics and how to apply them according to the challenges you face. You will also learn tools to help you to maintain good habits that won’t be constrained by the intense pace of your daily life.

A balanced diet, with the right amount and frequency, is key to maintaining energy and performance levels.

Concepts explored in this course:

  • Identifying myths and truths about healthy eating
  • Analyzing your ideal diet according to your type of work
  • Organizing your weekly diet
  • Maintaining good habits