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Eating Breakfast Improves Concentration
Do you have the concentration powers of a four-year old?
You're probably skipping breakfast. Researchers at Bristol University, reported in Men's Health magazine, found that people who didn't bother kick-starting the day with some fuel had trouble focusing and fumbled tasks later on. After a long night of not eating, you need to give your brain glucose to function.
Eat within an hour of waking up. Too rushed for porridge? Make it easy. Some almonds and an apple pack all the food sugars and protein you need in the morning. Alternatively, consider breakfast foods that actually increase focus and concentration: coffee, oatmeal, yogurt, blueberries and eggs.
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