Articles about Food at Work
Tiffani Thiessen’s morning routine hack is something we can all do more of
Of all the characters on Saved by the Bell you know Kelly Kapowski was definitely a morning person (you have to be peppy at those early morning cheerleading practices.) And it turns out the woman that made her such a beloved character, Tiffani Thiessen, is too.
How to train yourself to see food as fuel
I talked to Ellie Rome, a certified health and wellness coach, to learn more about how to train yourself to view food as what it truly is — fuel for our body and its many incredible functions.
This study supports you eating more carbs at breakfast
Diets where you either get less than 40% of your energy from carbs or more than 70% of your energy or calories from carbs was associated with the greatest risk of death.
Hate breakfast? Here’s how to make the day’s first meal suck less
We’re here to help you. Here are the best tips to make breakfast better – even if you really hate to eat in the morning.
Starbucks debuts its first protein-packed coffee
Starbucks has announced that it is introducing its new Protein Blended Cold Brew coffee in both an almond and cacao flavor.
13 Starbucks hacks you need to know
It’s worth looking into how to get more bang for our (Star)buck – here are 13 time, money, and calorie hacks for Starbucks.
Brace yourselves: There is now a support group for Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte lovers
Starbucks launched a closed Facebook group, called the Leaf Rakers Society, for those that find it hard to get through the non-Pumpkin Spice Latte months.
5 habits that will make you more productive at work (without trying harder)
Our performance at work is impacted by routines and choices most of us aren’t even aware of. Refining them can help us be more consistently productive.
Delta is trying to make economy class bearable with champagne and fancy food
No matter how many technological breakthroughs we make, somehow being a passenger on a plane today in economy class is still just about the worst thing ever.
Earn $10,000 for tasting the best BBQ America has to offer
Reynold's Kitchens is looking to bring "its first-ever Chief Grilling Officer" on board for two weeks and will give them a $10,000 stipend.
I went on a 30 day food cleanse – Here’s what I learned
Some discover food sensitivities they never knew they had after doing a food cleanse, while I embarked on mine to finally figure out exactly what had been bothering me for years.
What you need to drink in every work situation, according to an expert
Finding your drink for different work situations whether it be a business dinner, a networking cocktail party or even a happy hour where your manager is still in sight is very important.
5 surprising self-care habits
The goal of self-care, really, is to do something that helps you feel better about yourself and your life, even if it’s only temporary.
Eating dinner before this time can dramatically lower your risk of getting cancer
Europeans are cool and all with their late hour dinners, but you may want to start looking into early bird specials if you want to live longer. According to a new study published in the International Journal of Cancer the later you eat dinner (specifically after 9 PM), the more likely you are to develop breast and prostate cancer. This is quite significant considering that breast cancer is the No.1 cancer women develop and one in every nine men have prostate cancer.
Survey: 26% of employees say they’ve gained more than 10 pounds at their current job
Eleven percent of people surveyed say they’ve gained more than 20 pounds in this same setting.
5 reasons to cook on a weeknight (especially after a stressful day!)
Here are five reasons why you should go full-blown Barefoot Contessa on a Tuesday.
WeWork bans employees from expensing meat
WeWork told its global staffers that the company that provides shared workspaces around the world will no longer expense meals that include meat.
I traveled for 50+ days last year and this is what I learned
Even when everything goes perfectly, traveling is hectic, that’s half the fun. But I’ve learned some organization tips that leave me less flustered and able to travel with a little more ease.
About 1 in 5 of us cannot bear a coworker’s bad breath
When you catch a whiff of your coworkers' terrible breath, it can be hard to concentrate on what they are saying. As your coworker drones on and on about projects and deadlines, you are plotting an escape route from their garlic breath.
The healthiest office snacks for you to pick over a bag of chips
To combat the allure of unhealthy foods your office is tempting you with, you need to come armed with healthier snacks. Here are some of the best.
Employee accused of fatally poisoning 21 coworkers’ food
For most of us, our biggest office food horror are petty grievances like that colleague who keeps eating your sandwich. But a new case in Germany goes beyond someone stealing a condiment from the office fridge. According to ABC News, one employee is suspected of killing 21 of his colleagues by poisoning their lunches.
11 lessons learned from 4 years of intermittent fasting: The good and bad
In layman’s terms, intermittent fasting is simply a pattern of eating. It’s not a diet plan, it’s just a conscious decision to skip meals on purpose.
What does ‘clean eating’ even mean? 5 things to know
The “clean eating” movement began as a well-intentioned effort to encourage people to eat more vegetables and less processed food. It’s since exploded into the zeitgeist with such force it’s become downright mainstream.
This hydration schedule will help you sleep like a baby, experts say
Do you frequently feel sluggish and irritated for no good reason when you wake up in the morning, instead of feeling rested and refreshed? You might be part of the one in three Americans who have at least mild insomnia.
Japanese employee’s pay docked for starting lunch 3 minutes early
How long is too long of a lunch break? For one company in Japan, it only takes starting your break three minutes early to get punished for being a habitually late worker.