Tasty Power foods to help you Ace Your Exams!

Eating the right brain foods can keep you focused on your current task as well as understanding and processing new information. All the foods listed below are extremely rich in in Vitamins and minerals, as well as provide good fats and antioxidants. Eating snacks like this give you the energy you need to withstand your studying or work as well as fight brain disease. Try any one of these tasty snacks on your next study binge!

                                                                 1. Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate is proven to contain stimulants very similar to caffeine. It is also    excellent for your memory, blood pressure, as well as your mood. Put in a healthy trail mix or eating solo are all delicious ways to get the healthy tasty benefits.

      2. Avocado Toast

Avocados are now very known to be a healthy snack. My personal favorite benefit from eating this super fruit is the healthy blood flow it provides. Healthy blood flow leads to a healthy brain, providing more memorization and focus. Combine avocado with multi grain bread and toppings of your choice for a power study snack!

                                                   3. Frozen yogurt covered Blue Berries

Blue berries are proven to be excellent for memory and learning.

They also help protect your brain from diseases such as Alzheimer’s, or dementia, any age related disease. Best of all blue berries reduce symptoms of depression. Coat blue berries with your favorite yogurt to add a delicious, healthy pop to this treat.

                                                                        4. Oatmeal

Oatmeal is not only tasty, but is loaded with brain nutrients that will leave you fulfilled after a nice sweet bowl before, or during your study binge. Oatmeal contains vitamin B which fight Alzheimer’s as well as Vitamin E which fights dementia. Both long term benefits Also, One single serving of oatmeal brain nutrients called Choline and Thiamine. Tops it with fruits of your choice to your liking.

By: Catherine Fernandez


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