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In theory eating well at work should be no more difficult than eating well in the other areas of your life but for a lot of people, it just is.  From what I’ve observed this is down to a common set of what I call ‘derailers’ which can undermine the best of intentions when it comes to healthy eating in the workplace.  People’s relationship to food is often complex and social environments like workplaces infuse the eating and sharing of food with added complications like the expectation to conform to cultural norms around politeness and reciprocity meaning that decisions about what and when you eat – decisions that should be a purely personal choice – are often fraught.

Eating for health vs. weight

avocado breakfastMy focus in this post is on how you can eat well for health (not weight) which means making the focus on food’s nutritional value rather than calories and adopting eating…

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