Nutritionist Nikki Ostrower has plenty of tips for staying healthy while you conduct your daily commercial tasks.
She wants you to be sure your work station isn’t trying to kill you.
Doing the 21st century white-collar daily routines, constantly snacking, and staring at the unnatural glow of a computer makes virtually any work station a haven for poor health care.
However, there are ways to beat the sedentary deathtraps.
Five nutritionists based in and around New York City have offered their top office health tips.
Each nutritionist recommended a unique method for the ultimate health guide, but one tip in particular was echoed by every single one: Be prepared. Yes, the Boy Scouts’ adage applies here, too.
“If you just wing it, you’re bound to run into trouble,” says Karen Ansel, a Long Island-based nutritionist. “That means knowing ahead of time what you’re going to eat and when you’re going to eat it.”
Nikki Ostrower, who founded her own nutritionist practice NAO Nutrition, says the same thing about getting movement into your workday routine. Plan ahead by scheduling walks in your calendar that remind you to get up and let your blood flow, she says.
From healthy snack options to tech that reminds you to move to headache-curing oils, here are five great health tips these nutritionists love.