4 Brain Food to Boost Your Productivity

Keeping focused and on track with your goals can be tough, especially with all of the pressures and distractions of the modern world.

One of the things that many ambitious folk overlook is how their diet can affect their productivity. Feed your brain the right foods, and you will get yourself off to the right start - and finish - every day.

Not sure where to start? Try these brain foods and boost your productivity tenfold...

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Berries are easy to eat while working; they're versatile too. Berries, especially, blueberries, contain lots of anti-oxidants which refresh the body and counteract stress. Stress is a very unproductive force and berries can help you stay happy, focused and on the ball when the going gets tough.

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Another food you can eat on the go, or add to cereal or yoghurt, bananas are not only packed with potassium, but they hold the daily amount of glucose needed for your brain. The brain works best with about 25 grams of glucose circulating in the bloodstream - and that's exactly how much bananas contain.

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Salmon is tasty when fresh, smoked, or tinned and it goes great as part of a hot meal or in a bagel. Not only is salmon one of the most delicious fish in the sea, it's particularly high omega 3, iron, protein and vitamin C content improves concentration, reasoning and memory support.

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Whole Grains

Whole grains come in many shapes and sizes and work on their own or as part of a larger meal. Tasty grains like quinoa or bulgar wheat provide a great base for a whole host of ingredients and these protein packed morsels are rich in magnesium, helping to boost cognitive health.

Has this made your stomach rumble? Go out, try these foods and most your productivity. Have any culinary tips of your own? Leave us a comment.

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