Mark Millard, psychologist and founder of WellbeingWizard.com, said that a combination of exercise and good diet can help to make staff far productive and businesses will begin to see the benefit.
Implementing a staff wellbeing programme may therefore be wise to help promote the benefits of exercise and eating well, he explained.
Mr Millard noted that one of the things that food affects is mood, and this in turn impacts the way people think and feel, including their behaviour in the workplace.
"People who are in a good mood because they are eating a balanced diet, and getting an appropriate amount of exercise a day, are much better equipped to deal with the demands of the workplace – physically, mentally and emotionally," the expert added.
It follows the publication of a report by healthcare charity Nuffield Health, which found that a third of Londoners now spend less on their lunch and 50 per cent opt to make their lunch at home to boost its nutritional value.
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