12 World Records You Can Break During Your Lunch Break (Infographic) Are you the fastest jelly doughnut eater in your office? You might be up for a bigger award than employee of the month.

By Kate Taylor

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Only 30 percent of employees take an hour for lunch break, but there's a lot you can accomplish in that time or less.

Studies have proven that taking a break during the day to give your brain a break can help boost productivity. And what's more productive than becoming the best in the world at something? Here are 12 different world records collected by the U.K. company ChairOffice that you could potentially break in your lunch hour today (or just contemplate for fun).

Related: Millennials Spend 18 Hours a Day Consuming Media -- And It's Mostly Content Created By Peers

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12 World Records You Can Break During Your Lunch Break (Infographic)

Kate Taylor

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Kate Taylor is a reporter at Business Insider. She was previously a reporter at Entrepreneur. Get in touch with tips and feedback on Twitter at @Kate_H_Taylor. 

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