Every profession has a number of specific requirements and thoughtfully picked dietary regimen can play an important role in productivity increase.

Usually, people who work in office conditions, do not lead an active lifestyle. This is why the products that they consume should have a lower calorie count than the products for those, who earn their living with physical labour. It is necessary to limit the consumption of easily digestible carbs (such as chocolate, soda, pastry and plain bread) and replace them with complex carbs, like grains, nuts and multigrain breads.

It is also important to include in the diet products, that contain sulphur: cottage and hard cheese, chicken, seafood, beans, rye, cabbage, etc. Make sure to consume enough vitamins B2, B6, C, P, PP and minerals.


IT-specialists spend over eight hours a day behind a screen, performing tasks that require visual precision. To ensure high efficiency, anybody in a similar position should focus on preserving vision and include in their diet many products that would help with improving sight (products that contain vitamin A): blueberries, carrots, pumpkins, mangoes, apricots, persimmons, red fish, red and orange vegetables (a good example of a great vitamin A source would be carrots with olive oil). These help preventing eye dryness and protecting retina.

  • breakfast: oatmeal with nuts and a spoon of honey
  • lunch: beef soup, vegetable omelette with green salad, multigrain bread
  • snack: carrot juice with olive oil
  • dinner: egg ratatouille, warm salad with salmon and kidney beans


A marketologist’s menu should include products containing iodine and vitamins A & E.

Examples of products with iodine would be eggs, beef, butter, grains, seafood, eggplants, tomatoes, asparagus and potatoes. Iodine is also contained in some fruits and berries, like bananas, oranges, persimmons, strawberries, lemons and pineapples.

Carrots, bell peppers, pumpkins, peaches and apricots are rich in    vitamin A. Lots of vitamin E is contained in spinach, nettle, wheat sprouts. One parsley bunch satisfies the daily need in both vitamins.

  • breakfast: greek yoghurt with nuts
  • lunch: rice and vegetables, cod fillets in tomato sauce
  • snack: spinach/mint smoothie, walnuts
  • dinner: pasta with spinach and shrimps


Editors should include in their diet products that would  help their memory and attention.

 Irreplaceable for memory improvement are vitamins of the B-group (especially B6 & B12), since they are the ones that influence information remembering the most. Chicken is rich in vitamins B2, B6 and B12. Other meat products that would improve your memory abilities are lean beef and veal liver. Lean beef is also rich in iron, which has been scientifically proven to help memory and attention. Iron is also contained in kidney beans, apples, buckwheat and corn.

  • breakfast: multigrain oatmeal
  • dinner: lentils with beef, fried beans with carrots and onions
  • snack: buckwheat or flax breads, baked apple
  • dinner: chicken breast, salad with cheese, tomatoes and eggs

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