Sustained excellence of any kind requires significant and consistent energy. The way you fuel your body will ultimately determine a lot going on in your mind…focus, concentration, energy are all affected. This Harvard study adds even more evidence to support some of the foods that drive peak performance. There is one category, however, that is worth refuting…Potatoes. On their own, potatoes and in particular the small red potatoes are a quality source of complex carbohydrates needed for balanced nutrition. As the article suggests, it’s all the “stuff” that is put on them that gives them a bad rap.
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For over three decades, Bryan Nann has researched what drives excellence across a variety of fields from Business & Governance to Academics & Sports. As an entrepreneur and executive within Fortune 500 companies over the last 18 years, he has systematized the key transferable skills necessary for effective professionals. Since 2009 Bryan has been focused on individuals of historical and biographical significance. Mapping and modeling the common denominators for sustaining excellence, he has brought them together in a simple and cohesive formula. View all posts by ENMEI 21