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Seven types of brain-boosting snacks



A sedentary lifestyle is harmful, but knowledge workers often have to spend a lot of time at the computer. To improve health, you need to go in for sports, start eating right, etc. Below – just about the types of snacks that will allow you to take the first step towards a healthy lifestyle.

  1. Fig (fresh or dried). Contains many vitamins (B1, B3, B6, C, PP) and other useful substances (potassium, iron, magnesium, copper, fiber). It must be said that this product has a positive effect on the digestive and cardiovascular systems. It also prevents the formation of fat in the body, relieves hangover. Dried figs are most useful for brain activity.
  1. Dark chocolate with a high cocoa content… It is this kind of chocolate (where there are more than 80 percent of cocoa beans) that is useful for the body. It contains caffeine, antioxidants, tryptophan (promotes the synthesis of serotonin – the “hormone of joy”), theanine (improves concentration and attention), manganese (good for the nervous system). But you need to eat it no more than 20-30 grams, as the author notes.
  1. Fitness bars… Some are very different, but they have one thing in common: they are healthier for the body than candies and chocolate bars. And they also contain a lot of protein and fiber, all kinds of vitamins. However, it is important to remember that this type of snack is intended specifically for athletes and those who move a lot. If you spend a lot of time in a sitting position, then they can be very high in calories for you.
  1. Fruits and vegetables… Still, fruit can be called the best snack compared to many others. They contain, like vegetables, trace elements, vitamins, substances useful for maintaining the body in a healthy state. Candied fruits and candied fruits will help speed up the work of the brain, the main thing is not to get carried away with them.
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