CBSE board exams: Foods to give to children to boost memory and concentration
Simran Arora, Times Now Digital
Almonds are strongly associated with a healthier brain due to its riboflavin and L-carnitine content – every morning before and during the CBSE board exams, give your child a handful of soaked, peeled almonds.
If while preparing for board exams, your child craves a snack, look no further than apples. Quercetin in this fruit prevents inflammation of neurons and cellar damage.
Chia seeds are a weight loss-friendly food – many people like adding them to yogurt or smoothies or simply soaking them overnight and drinking on an empty stomach. But the omega-3s in it support brain function.
Another healthy snack or breakfast food or oatmeal and yogurt add-on for children is berries. Their antioxidants protect the brain and help boost memory and concentration in the long run.
This leafy green might not be your child’s favourite – however, during exams, it is imperative to eat healthy food that boosts brain health naturally.
Scrambled, in omelette form or boiled, eggs are both delicious and healthy. The whites are proteins and yolk is cholesterol and the whole thing is choline which prevents inflammation.
Salmon is high in omega-3 fatty acids which prevents brain inflammation. During CBSE board exams, give your kid some grilled or poached salmon and it shall help keep the brain healthy and focus.
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