There are plenty of foods you can take to improve brain power and concentration levels. This article will provide you with the next 8 foods to help you concentrate and retain brain power for many, many years.
There are plenty of foods you can take to improve brain power and concentration levels. Here are 10 different foods to help you concentrate and retain brain power.
It is commonly known that money mostly makes life easier, but won’t necessarily make you happier. Researchers from the Yale and Oxford universities state to have proven that exercising has a greater contribution to mental health than your financial status. The research that has been published in The Lancet, investigated more than 1,2 billion Americans about their mental and physical health.
Healthy popsicles with mango – the ideal summer snack. To be consumed without moderation.
Although employees working remotely or using flexible hours are more grateful to their employers, they often feel indebted to them and this can lead to some employees working non-stop until they break down.
We’ve got news for you. It’s perfectly possible to work out 30 to 35 minutes before going to bed. Don’t let long workdays, dinner or other late pursuits be an excuse to avoid keeping your body healthy.
Everyone likes to eat chocolate mousse from time to time, but it’s not really healthy. But don’t worry, with this recipe you won’t regret eating this sweet sin anymore! This recipe is slightly more bitter but definitely worth the try!
Get that cookie jar ready for the most delicious oatmeal cookies you have ever tasted…
In the coming weeks, we will be giving you a delicious recipe for an everyday dessert made in a unique way. Healthy, yummy and fun to prepare together wth friends or family! This first week we will be making a banana cake!
Finns rank very high when it comes to measuring the level of happiness with their everyday lives. Here are 3 insights on how Finns experience Happiness.
In our society of today, people generally tend to buy more junk food. This article explains why it’s actually the other way around.
A lot of organisations are already familiar with the customer-service tool ‘Net Promotor Score (NPS)’. More and more companies use this indicator to examine customer loyalty and the extent to which customers would recommend their company to others. Additionally, it connects the customer feedback with the right people within the organisation. Afterwards, they proudly present the results of the level of customer loyalty with their audience. In this way, they think it brings them full circle, but they overlook the fact that this circle actually begins internally. Yes, with your own workforce.