Active Learners

By Priyanka Mehta

September 02, 2022

Superfoods for

Cleanse Your System With

Consume foods like blueberries which are high in fibre and antioxidants and low on the glycemic index.

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Bump Up Your Immunity With

Consume tomatoes rich in lycopene, an antioxidant that is particularly good for the brain and preventing diseases.

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Build Energy and Clarity With

Consume high in iron greens that prevent fatigue, poor mood, foggy thinking, and other cognition issues. Great examples include spinach, kale, chard, romaine and arugula; choose what you like and consume them daily.

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Leafy Greens

Fight Distractions With

With Omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is a hero in improving cognition, alertness, memory, mood, reducing depression and more. Consume salmon with skin for maximum nutritional benefits.

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Heighten Your Focus With

A low GI complex carbohydrate, it’s also perfect for those who are gluten intolerant. Its higher fibre content with a nuttier taste keeps you fuller (and focused) for longer.

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Brown Rice

Power Your Learning With

A great start to your day, oatmeals are packed with fibre, some protein and Omega-3′s. It has a low GI, a small amount that may sustain you throughout the morning, so you are not prone to irritability or an energy crash.

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Boost Your Mood With

Eggs contain fat and protein, providing energy to your brain for hours. The selenium in eggs is proven to help your mood too. Consume more of this nutritional powerhouse!

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Boost Your Brain Power With

While eating one banana, you are consuming 25g of glucose, a third of your daily required intake of vitamin B6, a nutrient directly connected to memory, cognition, and long-term brain health.

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Feed Your Brain With

Rich in monounsaturated fat and antioxidants, Avocados power improved blood circulation and cell repair. They taste great with eggs, salads, and wraps

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Get Natural Vitamins From

Eat nuts filled with health-healthy unsaturated fats, vitamins and fibre, nuts are a great snack to keep you going. Raw, unroasted hazelnuts, almonds, cashews and walnuts are great choices.

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Fuel Your Thinking With

Beans are great sources of glucose and amino acids, keeping you focused and productive without the sugar crash.

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The Perfect Study Snack

Consume dessert snacks loaded with antioxidants, brain-boosting compounds and a touch of caffeine. Dark chocolate is a great snack pick during study breaks.

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Dark Chocolate

Consume Nutrient Packet Foods

Sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds contain protein, beneficial unsaturated fats, vitamin E, stress-fighting antioxidants and essential brain-boosting minerals like magnesium.

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