Bread for the Journey – Nutritional

Feed Your Spirit, Feed Your Body

 

Music did not reveal all of its secrets to just one person. – Ralph Vaughan Williams

Change the word “music” to leadership…to nutrition…to anything you choose. It’s still true.

I have learned about nutrition from many people. Many people spend their time learning about nutrition and health. On Saturday mornings, I listen to The People’s Pharmacy on my local NPR radio station. I learn a massive amount of stuff every week. Here’s the link to their site: http://www.peoplespharmacy.com  You can get podcasts of their programs for free. Why wouldn’t you want to listen to a program where experts share the latest knowledge about nutrition and health?

Leaders are healthy and eat with care because they know that their diet will impact their ability to perform sooner or later.

Wayne Pickering, the Mango Man, has influenced my thinking recently. I have always been aware of how food choices impact my body. I never knew how food combinations impacted my digestion and overall health. Wayne has several web sites. Here’s one to check out: http://mangomandiet.com/.

An article in Psychology Today discusses how food affects our brain. Almost everything you choose to consume will directly or indirectly affect your brain. Obviously, some things we consume affect us more than others. Read the article HERE.

If we know that a healthy diet helps us function at a higher lever, then why do we eat things that compromise our functioning?

Transformational Leadership is moving our functioning to the highest level.

Why don’t we do it?

 

Comments, please…

 

 

Hugh Ballou

The Transformational Leadership Strategist

 

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