With our careers becoming more important than ever, a new trend is starting to dominate the workplace. Ladies and gentlemen, the deskfast. You may be wondering what the deskfast is. Deskfast is a combination of two words: breakfast and desk. It is the first meal you eat at your desk in the morning.
Nutritionists were initially horrified by the idea that people would not eat breakfast at home. But, over time, they discovered that deskfasts allowed people to eat less sugary cereals packed with sodium and preservatives and more healthy options like porridge, muffins, and sandwiches. It is better to eat your breakfast at work than skip this essential meal.
You can also celebrate Deskfast Day, which is becoming a more and more popular trend this year.
It’s not surprising that the trend of eating breakfast at the desk was popularized during the 2008 European recession. Many people worried about losing their jobs realized they had to work longer hours if they want to retain them.
These people were often late to work and needed a way to get breakfast in the morning. The deskfast was created. The deskfast was initially criticized by nutritionists, physicians, and dieticians. They claimed that eating breakfast before you start work was bad for your body, putting too much stress on it when it should be getting ready for the day.
It became clear that deskfasts were much healthier than breakfasts for employees. Because you can’t eat a bowl full of cereal or syrup-drenched pancakes without spilling milk, syrup, or grease all over it, deskfasts are often lower in fat than traditional breakfasts. A popular choice for a deskfast is fruit smoothies. What could be better than a banana and some strawberries mixed together? Nutritionists, etc. are not a fan of the deskfast in all honesty. Although they may not be as enthusiastic about the deskfast as they were in the beginning, they are now less hostile.
If you work in an office and have breakfast every morning, it would be a great way to celebrate Deskfast Day. You can also invite others to join you deskfast. If you bring one item and someone else brings another, you will end up with a delicious picnic-style meal that will be a wonderful start to your day.
You can build relationships with your coworkers by sharing your love of coffee, cream yogurt, healthy muffins, and fresh sandwiches. This kind of deskfast is likely to be a huge benefit for you and your coworkers.