This isn't to say that I'm a perfect angel all the time. I have my moments. Er, hours. But I've learned something pretty important. See, I used sugar and caffeine to keep me going when I had huge projects to finish up, but they were stripping my brain and actually making it harder for me to concentrate. Then I'd have a hard time sleeping because of all that sugar and caffeine.
When you sit down to write, think about the parts of your body that are going to be taxed the most. Your brain, definitely. That's where the coconut oil comes in - it's a healthy fat, and because your brain is made of fat, it needs good fat to nourish it. The spinach is also a brain food. The eggs are protein for stamina. And the artichokes are just for deliciousness.
I'm not saying you have to eat this meal exactly. But what I'm suggesting is that you experiment with eating brain food and protein the next time you have a writing session. See if that helps you be more productive. I know it does me, and plus, what I'm eating right now won't lead to weight gain, which is another thing writers can struggle with.