Happy Autumn, or for those of you not living in the southern hemisphere: Happy Spring.
I just wanted to make a quick post for you today to let you know what we've been up to lately and to give you some cool articles to check out.
For those of you who like listening to podcasts, you can check out an interview I did with Louisa Nicola of Neuro Athletics on her podcast The Neuro Experience.
The episode is called "What supplements should you take? A Q&A with a health expert" and you can check it out on iTunes here: Neuro Experience Podcast Episode with Louisa Nicola and Christian Baker.
It's episode 23 and was published on the 17th of Jan 2018.
Next up for you to check out is a great article published by a UK based company called Rombourne who specialise in serviced offices.
The article is called "How to improve your productivity by eating the right power foods" and includes contributions from a large variety of health experts including myself.
You can check out the article here: How to improve your productivity by eating the right power foods.
And finally, here's a really cool article I wrote for the amazing nutritional supplement company Aloha called "The Best Proven Methods to De-Stress at Work".
In this article you will learn 5 proven strategies to help you stress less and enjoy your time at work more.
You can check out the article here: The Best Proven Methods to De-Stress at work.
And that's it.
I hope you have a fantastic week filled with great health.
CEO & Co-Founder: Upside Nutrition
P.S. By using the advice from this post and all of the content here in the blog I am confident that you will be able to fight fatigue, sharpen your focus and deal with stress.
However, if you'd like to speed up those results I have created a product to help you do just that, you can check it out here: ReVive Nutritional Supplement
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