Number One – Five Ways to Boost Productivity when Working from Home with Nutritional Therapist, Harry Hewetson


With more people than ever now working from home, staying focused has become an even bigger challenge. Finding ways to keep healthy and energised during the working day is essential, and there are many ways to transform your home office into a productive and enjoyable space.

As part of our #HealthyHomelife campaign, we have teamed up with Ironstone Wellbeing Centre to share the best ways to boost productivity and mental wellbeing whilst working at home.


  1. Drink plenty of water

Alongside your morning coffee, keep a glass of water in your office. Not only does water help to reduce headaches and improve your mood, it can also minimise snack cravings.

Harry Hewetson, Studio Director and Nutritional Therapist at Ironstone, said: “Often, our brains can mistake thirst as hunger, so next time you have a sugar craving, try drinking water first instead.”

Although it may seem more exciting, squash isn’t as beneficial as water and is full of additives and sweeteners. Instead, add fruit or cucumber slices to your water to give it a boost of flavour.

And if you find yourself craving a fizzy drink, the best alternative is one-third orange juice and two-thirds soda water, providing you with a healthy but equally delicious beverage.


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