Brain Foods

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Munching for your mind

Munching for your mind

Ahh, snacks. Some swear that the "sugar-high" and caffeine boost from candy, chocolate, or soda actually helps the studying process because it gives them energy. But it's just temporary, and what goes up, must come down. In most cases, too much sugar or caffeine will end up zapping your energy. You could also end up with a headache, and in general, be left in a state that's rather useless for absorbing test information. If you can't live without sweets, just remember to not to go crazy. One chocolate-chip cookie won't kill your concentration. But if you have six, chances are you'll either end up with a stomachache or taking a nap.

Try out some snacks that are both delicious and healthy. This menu of munchies will keep your mind alert, your stomach satiated, and your taste buds thrilled.

Super Snacks For Studying

PB and A. Cut an apple into wedges and spread some crunchy peanut butter on it.

Smooth Studier. Blend a cup of milk, 2 cups of your favorite fruit, and a cup of ice. Stick a straw in your glass and you have a super smoothie!

Cheese, Please! Cube some cheese and stick toothpicks in them. Serve with crackers.

It's Berry Good. Take a handful of berries ? blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, or sliced strawberries ? and mix them with plain or vanilla yogurt. Yum!

Skinny Dipping. Nothing beats noshing on carrots and ranch dip when you need something crisp.

Pop Star. Pour your favorite fruit juice into the ice cube tray and freeze for mini-popsicles.

Go Nuts! Create your own nutty trail mix, with cashews, peanuts, bagel chips, pretzel sticks, and M&Ms. Shake it up, and serve in a bowl.

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