A good night’s sleep really boosts your performance. Sleeping for at least 7 hours has been proven to increase your performance by 10%. To function at your best on exam day, you not only need the energy that comes from healthy nutrition, but also the energy that comes from adequate, restful sleep. 😴🛌💤 Here are some tips for better sleep: -Aim to exercise for about 30 minutes per day. This contributes toward your weekly total of 150 minutes of activity and is also a great stress reliever.
-Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and spicy food before bed.
-Create a nighttime routine! This will signal your brain that its time to wind down and get ready for some sleep.
Quinoa! You’ve heard of it, but have you ever cooked with it? Quinoa is prepared like rice so don’t be intimidated to try! It is a source of fibre, iron, and is a complete protein. It is not high in protein compared to other protein sources like chicken,tofu, or eggs but can be beneficial, especially for vegetarians, for meeting protein requirements. Use quinoa in a variety of ways, such as in soups, as a side dish, or as a salad base as shown in this recipe from Unlockfood.ca.
Do you use quinoa? Comment with your favourite quinoa recipe down below.
Quick, easy, versatile, and delicious! This is a great meal for students to fuel those study sessions while being efficient in the kitchen.
Did you know that what you eat and drink before your exam can affect your exam performance? The right food and drinks can energize your body, improve alertness, and maintain concentration throughout the entire exam. Protein-rich foods like eggs, nuts, yogurt, and cottage cheese increase mental awareness. Fruit also helps to fuel the brain to help you think faster and remember more easily. Avoid foods high in sugar, such as cookies, chocolate, and candies, as they will send your brain off on sugar highs and lows, making it difficult to concentrate.
Egg Farmers of Ontario For a tasty brunch or light supper, combine cooked turkey or chicken, sweet peppers, onion and mushrooms with eggs and cheese and bake. Great for using leftover turkey! ... See MoreSee Less