is a food concept of Beauty Cuisine
You can make a difference to your quality of life, and motivate yourself to choose a healthy lifestyle. After all, choosing the right foods is the best way of managing your health! And here's the good news - pleasure too can be a motivating factor, encouraging you to incorporate new habits in your everyday routine. A healthy diet doesn't have to be boring!
With "meet up - eat smart" you can support your body and give it the best possible basis for getting through the day efficiently, vigorously and in peak form.
We are inviting you today to join us on a new culinary voyage of exploration.
Enjoy eating yourself beautiful, and find out, with the help of the colour codes, which groups of effective ingredients will benefit your skin and body the most. We invite you to take a look at the headings "glossary" to find out more about it!
It isn't just a matter of the foods we eat - the time when we eat them also has an effect on your performance curve. Alongside the rhythm that is set by our inner clock, food and drink have crucial implications for our personal sense of wellbeing and ability to perform.
Bodily functions follow an inner clock in the course of the day. So your ability to perform varies; you can perform better at some times of day than at others. Food and drink have crucial effects on the way every individual feels, and on his or her ability to perform. And here it is not just a matter of what we eat, but of when we eat it.
Diagram showing physiological performance capacity (after NN)
If you want to stay mentally alert and concentrated - dietary know-how helps keep you fit. The following ingredients in foodstuffs will support you in your everyday routine, and it is worth including them on the menu more often:
The red pigment in tomatoes, lycopene, improves the skin density. Polyphenols in red wine and dark chocolate have positive effects on the circulation and protect the heart.
Mushrooms with their Vitamin D2 strengthen the bones, and carrots with their fat-soluble Vitamin A make for better sight and a youthful skin.
Walnuts not only provide healthy fats, they also contain magnesium, which is good for concentration and prevents muscle cramps. Dairy products are a source of calcium and selenium, strengthening the natural resistance of the body.
Cold-pressed rapeseed oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids. Above all the Omega-3 fatty acids have an anti-inflammatory effect on the body, and are widely regarded as a natural anti-ageing ingredient.
Everyone knows that meat and fish are sources of protein. But legumes, too, like lentils and quinoa, are a valuable source of essential amino acids. As important nutrients for the body, skin and brain, they also accelerate the recovery process.
As the principal control centre of the body, the brain needs regular energy intake in the form of glucose. Carbohydrates from wholegrain products, like rice or bread, are absorbed slowly; those from cakes, biscuits or fruit juice are absorbed more rapidly. The right combination gives you a constant level of performance.
stay mentally alert and concentrated
Peak performance at all times
Happiness and contentment
If you are in search of a suitable subject for an employees' further training course, why not go for one that is sustainable and enjoyable at the same time? After all, health and the enjoyment of good food are not mutually exclusive.
Just get in touch with us - we will be happy to offer you a customised training course, workshop or event in keeping with your needs. And are you acquainted with our 'Beauty Cuisine' food concept? Take a look at www.beauty-cuisine.com to find specific information relating to skin, health and general attractiveness.