During the cold winter days, many offices are seeing a decrease in their employees’ productivity and an increase in medical leaves. Colds become common and hundreds of people are getting the flu. But the forecast doesn’t have to be so gloomy.
If you are looking for simple ways to increase productivity in the office and save money on health care for your team, look no further. These FIVE simple daily additions will help you do just that and together they will cost less than $1 a day per employee. As a result, your team will be energized and healthy in no time.
Blue Green Algae
As the single most nutrient-dense food on the planet, blue green algae features many vital vitamins, minerals and enzymes that are easily absorbed by the body. By simply providing it to your team in a pill form, you will help them improve their mental focus, increase concentration and reduce their weight.
Not all bacteria is bad, and probiotics are the good kind your body needs. When taken regularly every day, they help strengthen the immune system and decrease the changes of getting sick. The trick is in switching the brands every few months, in order to get new strains of the friendly bacteria.
Chia seeds have a very high content of Omega 3 Fatty Acids that decrease inflammation and can increase learning abilities, problem-solving skills, focus and memory. Studies have also shown that Omega 3 can also help promote a positive mood and emotional balance.
Did you know that smells have a strong impact on our moods and feelings? Jasmine can cause an increase in beta waves in the brain, which leads to higher alertness and increased energy. Before the 3pm slump hits your office, turn on Jasmine-scented air-freshener and you may see more people working at their desks instead of leaving the office for a Starbucks break!
This ancient herb has centuries of experience in helping people protect their body against various stresses. It’s resume includes supporting the immune system, preventing colds, lowering blood pressure and protecting cells against by-products of cellular energy.