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Eat Well. Learn Faster

Whenever you’re studying online and working on your new language with Adapt2me, make sure your brain is fueled with vitamins and nutrients.

Using a balanced diet is crucial for productive learning as most of the time our diet might be deficient in essential nutrients. As this goes unnoticed until we start to experience lethargy . We value healthy eating habits and believe it leads to greater productivity and better results in everything we do. This article is about creating  healthy eating habits for optimal learning.

Using a balanced diet is crucial for productive learning as most of the time our diet might be deficient in essential nutrients. As this goes unnoticed until we start to experience lethargy . We value healthy eating habits and believe it leads to greater productivity and better results in everything we do. This article is about creating  healthy eating habits for optimal learning.

Balanced meals

Balancing meals is an important strategy, lunch and dinner’s plates should be filled half with fruits and veggies, fourth with proteins and ffth with carbohydrates. The high content fiber will prevent blood-sugar levels from spiking and thus can increase attention and decrease hyperactivity.

Protein

Protein is very important as it is the building block for our neurotransmitters. Protein also inhibits the surging of blood sugar levels which keeps our attention stable.

Vitamin-B

Recent studies had shown that supplements with vitamin-b increased IQ scores, and reduced aggression and antisocial behavior. Vitamin-B is found in fish, poultry, eggs, meat and dairy.

Zinc Iron and MAGNESIUM

Zinc is a mineral that is known to play an important role in the synthesis of dopamine which is considered an essential neurotransmitter that modulates both attention and concentration. Seafood are considered an important source of zinc, as well as lamb, beef and wheat.

Iron is a precursor of dopamine and is found in clams, liver, sunflower seeds, nuts, beef, lamb, beans, whole grains, dark leafy greens (spinach), dark chocolate, and tofu. Magnesium has amsoothing effect on the brain as it removes anxiety and clarifies the mind.

Omega3

Studies have shown that omeag3 is important for brain plasticity and cognitive functions. In children with ADD, a supplement with omega3 improved learning capacities, organizational skills and decreased compulsory behavior. Omega3 is found in fish, olive oil, and flaxseeds and walnuts.

In addition to changing one’s habits, sleep plays an important factor in concentration and attention. Many studies have shown that at least seven to eight hours of sleep are essential in order to keep the brain and its cognitive functions optimal.

Now you are fully equipped to create a healthy diet to develop healthy habits for a healthy brain. Have fun learning!

 

 

26 March, 2016

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