The food that makes you smart (part-1)
If you make smart food choices can be the key to it is you that comes with the sharpest ideas, solve budget knots before the first cup of coffee; catch the coffee cup when it overturned on the keyboard – the mood in the top!
The brain is an extremely greedy body also is picky with food. To function optimally, it requires a steady flow of glucose, the sugar as fuel the brain with energy. Ideally glucose you just ate.
Blood glucose important
The foundation of all alertness is to provide the brain with blood. Above all, it is important that you eat carbohydrates, ie sugar, in the morning to kick-start the engine. It determines how smart and efficient you are, the rest of the day.
But be the right choice. Simple carbohydrates like white bread and sugar puffs get the blood sugar rush and you are the smartest on the bus on the way to work. Before you got off, it has already managed to crash dive and you can hardly remember what day it is the morning meeting. Go for complex carbohydrates that serve the brain with turbo fuel for hours. Whole meal bread and muesli keeps tanks sparkling star all the way to lunch.
While a high-carbohydrate breakfast make us tougher all morning to do a lunch with about the same content that you become bloated and slow-witted, and you do not perform at all. Eat moderately and rather often.
Plan your day
Have a complete food plan for tomorrow. Decide where to have lunch, pack snacks and thaw the fish dinner. With some smart planning, you can always recharge the brain with new energy.