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Praise for Work Fuel
Work Fuel is THE go-to guide for anyone who wants to understand the link between nutrition and their personal productivity. Combined with really practical hints and tips to boost energy and change habits, Colette and Graham’s realistic approach has effectively eliminated all the usual excuses of too busy, too stressed etc. As a business leader of a high-performing team, this will be on my team’s must-read list.Claire Darley, VP, Adobe
Life changing. It’s impossible to follow the advice in this book and not achieve more success in your career and life in general.Paul Wilkinson, Chief HR Officer, Moog Inc.
Colette and Graham have written a must-read book full of practical information for people who have challenges with nutrition every day, people like me. Read the book and boost your energy, productivity and your career.Kyle Whitehill, CEO, Avanti Communications Group Plc
This is a great practical guide to making improvements to the way nutrition fuels your productivity and energy, even with a hectic lifestyle. Sometimes it can just be about marginal gains, but this approach is a real game-changer!Simon Blunn, VP EMEA, DataRobot
If you thought eating healthily was just for the yogis and vegans think again. Work Fuel not only shows you why you need to take nutrition seriously if you want to boost your productivity, but crucially how to do it. It’s packed full of practical – and memorable – tips that will help you build better habits around what you eat and when. Eat the rainbow!Laurence McCahill, Co-founder, The Happy Startup School
A brilliant guide full of practical information for those of us who want to thrive at work and live well, no matter how busy our schedules are.Libby Barr, COO, Avanti Communications Group Plc
Work Fuel is full of clever, but simple-to-understand advice to help anyone upgrade their focus and capability to achieve their best work, especially important for those of us working in hectic corporate environments.George Galica, Head of Digital Buildings, Vodafone Group