So you’ve survived the hectic morning rush and arrived safely at work. After catching up with your colleagues, e-mails, and phone calls you’re starting to feel a bit peckish. Lunch is still a few hours away, but you need to eat something way before that. It’s time for a morning snack.
What are you going to eat?
Leftover cake from the breakroom, go out to grab a coffee and snack with a colleague, or did you bring something from home?
CHALLENGE: MORNING SNACKING
The time between breakfast and lunch can be an especially tricky one. Once at work, people often use food or a coffee break to put off getting started on things. Others feel a legitimate hunger, perhaps because they skipped breakfast or had something that wasn’t filing enough to hold them over until lunch.
Hunger between breakfast and lunch may be legitimate, conditioned, or hydration related. These are important distinctions to make in order to find the proper solution for the problem at hand.