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Brain Food for students

Brain food for students are usually foods that help students concentrate and perform better in school among these are as follows;

1- Sea fruits
It is rich in iodine, the mineral needed to produce thyroid stimulating hormones in the brain. Sea fruits are a source of protein, vitamin B12, and essential nutrients. 200 g advised to eat them once a week.

2- Chocolate
Flavonoids present in chocolate, especially black chocolate, stimulate blood flow to the brain for several hours. Chocolate is a source of magnesium and antioxidants, and it is advised to eat only one or two cubes of black chocolate during the afternoon.

3- Bread
Slow sugars are necessary for the brain because the brain alone consumes approximately 50 percent of our daily intake. Bread is an excellent source of complex sugars, and it is advised to eat one or two slices during each meal.

4- Kiwi
It is rich in vitamin C, as one kiwi pill covers almost 100 percent of our daily needs for vitamin C. Kiwi also contains polyphenols and is an anti-oxidant. It advised to take one tablet of kiwi every morning.

5- Spinach
Spinach leaves are rich in vitamin B, which is essential for transmitting messages between the brain and nerves. It is recommended to eat 200 g of spinach, once to twice a week, alternately with other types of green leafy vegetables.

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6- Peach
Peach is the richest anti-aging anti-oxidant fruit, and it is also a good source of vitamin B. It is recommended to eat two or three peaches each evening.

7- Calf liver
It contains iron, proteins and B vitamins, all of which are essential ingredients for fighting both physical and intellectual fatigue. It is recommended to consume 150 g of liver, once a week.


8- Eggs
Eggs are rich in choline and lecithin, which are essential nutrients for memory. It is advised to eat 5 eggs a week, unless the doctor decides otherwise.

9- Fatty fish
Fish contain omega-3 acids, the essential fatty acids that protect nerve cells. Fish are a source of protein, omega-3, essential nutrients (such as iodine, selenium …) and vitamins. It is recommended to eat 200 g fatty fish, twice a week.

10- Legumes
Pulses contain a large amount of proteins necessary for the functioning of the brain and the restoration of damage to it. Pulses are a major source of complex sugars and proteins, and it is advised to eat 60 g of lentils, chickpeas or beans, for example, two to three times per week.

If your child is allergic to any of the above, consult your dr at Ram Clinics on what is the best supplement to get the benefit.

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