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Choose These Healthy Foods for Better Brain Power

The final stretch of spring quarter creates enough anxiety for students ready for summer freedom. Add the stress of final papers and exams and college students just can’t wait for it all to be over. Planning for summer jobs, packing to move, preparing for graduation and getting organized for final assignments all create a storm of stress. Choosing the rights foods can ease the pain by promoting alertness, memory, healthy sleep patterns and dozens of other positive effects.

Check out these foods that contain a plethora of brain boosting benefits.

Tuna, salmon and halibut are all examples of cold-water fish that are high in Omega-3 fatty acids which are amazing for brain health. Working fish into your diet will help with energy, learning ability, memory and other important brain functions. This is an easy, and delicious, way to feed your brain and keep energy up.

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Best Foods to Eat Before an Exam

You’ve spent all night cramming for your test, and just as you leave for class in the morning, your stomach grumbles, reminding you that it’s time for breakfast. So what do you choose? Perhaps it’s a pack of crackers from a vending machine, or maybe a quick bite of your roommate’s leftovers will do the trick. Don’t just settle for convenience food before a big exam. There are several brain foods out there that will increase your chance of getting that much-needed “A.”

Here’s a list of foods that will keep both your stomach and brain satisfied:

Blueberries: Whether in your oatmeal or yogurt, blueberries are one of the best brain foods. Studies have shown blueberries to improve motor skills in lab rats while also possibly reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s.

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