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Peppermint for Meeting Focus

Peppermint is known to help concentration and aid digestion. Try a Peppermint Bar for a mid-afternoon meeting break when energy is flagging.

Create a peppermint bar menu includes peppermint-infused tea, dark chocolate, mints, hot chocolate, aroma spray, and more.

Have a mixologist who can teach a class on how to make a peppermint-flavored martini's for after hours fun!


Fitness-Oriented Meeting Breaks

Offer a handful of fitness-oriented meeting breaks. For example, a fun one “posture perfect,” a 15-minute session teaching Pilates-based strength training movements.

The exercises, which are easy to incorporate into anyone’s daily routine, focus on the core and back muscles to improve alignment and strong posture.

Or, consider 15-minutes of stretching when they come back from the food or lunch break!

A sweet and savory mix of popcorn makes a memorable and fun themed healthy break.

Eating popcorn provides energy along with many benefits that include the following:

Improves Digestion
It is important to realize that popcorn is a wholegrain, which is a designation for grains that contain the endosperm, germ, and bran. This is similar to whole grain cereals, rice, and bread that also contain all three of these vital parts.
Lowers Cholesterol Levels
Fiber functions in another beneficial way within the body, and whole grains contain the type of fiber which can strip off excess cholesterol from the walls of blood vessels and arteries, thereby reducing your overall cholesterol levels, and lowering your chances of dangerous cardiovascular conditions like atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.

Regulates Blood Sugar
The third vital role of fiber is its impact on blood sugar within the body. When the body has ample amounts of fiber, it regulates the release and management of blood sugar and insulin levels better than people with low levels of fiber.
Rich in Polyphenols
A hull of popcorn contains large amounts of polyphenolic compounds and fiber. Popcorn has concentrated levels of healthy antioxidants since it has only 4 percent water whereas fruits and vegetables have 90 percent water,

Prevents Aging
Free radicals do a lot more damage than cancer; they have been closely linked to of age-related symptoms like wrinkles, age spots, macular degeneration and blindness, muscle weakness, cognitive decline, osteoporosis, hair loss, and a wide variety of other things we generally don’t look forward to as we age.