The white paper, titled, “The Science of Food for Thought”: Enhancing Meetings Through Food” is the first issue of a quarterly white paper series by The National Conference Center. The white paper elaborates on how to have the most productive meetings – with food.
Research and experiments by Andrea Sullivan, M.A. of BrainStrength Systems and Executive Chef Craig Mason expose the truth of sugar in the afternoon, keys to choosing the ideal meeting lunch, and the value of consuming locally grown food. Sullivan and Mason effectively explain how food and timing can improve meeting performance, memory cognition and mood.
The paper was produced to provide detailed information for meetings planners who are looking to incorporate a brain-friendly approach to food that may lead to more productive and effective meetings.
The Science of Food for Thought: Enhancing Meetings Through Food is available at: http://www.conferencecenter.com/
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