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5 Best Brain Boost Snacks for Study and Work Time

On a scientific note, experts believe that the choice of food you take every day is a huge factor in keeping up your productivity. If you are interested in improving your work pace and focus, here are some Brain Boost Snacks that can help you go the extra mile of productivity in a day.

Brewed Coffee

Money does not buy happiness, but coffee does; therefore, we need money to buy a cup of coffee. I bet you will agree with this statement being an ardent coffee lover. Note: I am referring to the natural brewed coffee not the sugary instant one.

Drinking coffee is a common morning ritual for working people because it helps them stay awake and active for the entire day. The main components in coffee: caffeine and antioxidants help support brain health. The effects are increased alertness, improved mood, and concentration. However, remember to drink in moderation.

Tuna Sandwich

One common snack offer in an office or school cafeteria is the timeless “Tuna Sandwich”. The reason it is included in the list is because of having the tuna as its meat filling inside. Tuna is under the category of “Fatty Fish”, such as salmon, trout, and sardines. All of these are rich in Omega 3 Fatty acids.

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Our brain uses omega-3s to build brain and nerve cells. These type of fats are essential in building nerves in the brain that enhances memory and learning skills.

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Blueberry Cheesecake

A slice of a blueberry cheesecake from a cafe nearby brings such delight on study or work breaks. Who would not agree to this? The good news is blueberries provide numerous benefits to how our brain functions.

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According to studies, the antioxidants in blueberries accumulate in the brain and improves communication between brain cells. Thus, blueberries could help improve memory and certain cognitive process. This is a perfect treat before taking major exams and tackling a brain-draining project at work.

Nuts

Before we go nuts over the complexity of our tasks while beating the deadlines, you must also learn that nuts as part of your side snacks during the grinding hour can help you survive the day.

Nuts contain a host of brain-boosting nutrients that includes Vitamin E, healthy fats, and plant compounds. It also helps reduce the risk of cognitive decline in older adults. Among all kinds of nuts, walnuts take an edge for its omega 3 content.

Hard Boiled Eggs

No time to buy snacks in the shop, boil an egg is an easy move. An egg is a good source of several nutrients that are known good for the brain because it has Vitamins B6, B12, Folate, and Choline.

It mostly comes from the yellow yolk part of the egg. Now, we understand that a simple egg left inside the fridge is definitely a Brain Boost Snacks. Β 

Food Nutrition Facts Reference: Healthline

Having Brain Boost Snacks at your side helps you improve your learning capacity and working productivity. One more thing, you might think about chocolates in this list. Even if it is indeed one of the Brain Boost Snacks, I decided not to include it here because it did not work effectively on my part. One size does not fit for all though, but if its magic worked on you feel free to share in this post!

Do you have your own list of brain book snacks? Share your thoughts below!

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29 Comments

  1. Love this!! I eat a lot of tuna and blueberries so it’s great to read more about the benefits x

    1. Thanks, Della! πŸ™‚ I love tuna and blueberries too. Realizing that it brings more health benefits, I made the right choice.

  2. Charity says:

    These are the perfect snacks! I will have to implement them into my snacking routine. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Charity! Thanks for reading the post. πŸ™‚ Yes, it is a healthy move to include in your everyday snacking routine.

  3. Nuts are my go-to snacks. Love those monkey nut things where you have to snap the shells. Blueberries make cheesecake and muffins magically healthy.

    1. Hi Jamie! Thanks for reading. πŸ™‚ Wow, monkey nuts seem to have a cool sound. Blueberries are simply magical. I definitely agree! πŸ˜€

      1. Blueberry cheesecake and nuts, I wouldn’t say no to. Thanks for this informative post.

        1. Thanks Alicia! I love Blueberry cheesecake the best!

  4. This is really good. It’s valuable to be reminded of food like this, especially the ones we can snack on. Rather than crisps or the odd biscuit, eat blueberries and nuts. I love tuna too. Good to take your food list on board πŸ‘πŸ‘

    1. Wow, thank you so much Pip! πŸ™‚ Better switch to healthy snacks! πŸ˜‰

  5. Nuts and hard-boiled eggs are my go-to snacks, but I love seeing cheesecake and coffee on this list! I would be tempted to eat those together.
    Thanks for sharing some of the more interesting reasons behind how these foods help our brains function better during study and work time!

    1. Thanks Jaya for reading! πŸ˜€ I put some extra effort into finding a credible resource for this post because I am no nutrition expert.
      What is true here is I apply it to any of my brain-challenging encounters such as a national exam.
      Happy to share it with my readers!

  6. I love snacking on nuts while working and writing. It also helps me with writers block.

    1. πŸ’• wow, i think nuts is the most convenient snack on the list. Thanks Fadima for sharing!😁

  7. Really good suggestions. I honestly eat almost all of these you listed. Blueberries, tuna, hard boiled eggs and of course my absolute favorite is organic coffee β˜•οΈ yummy. Thank you for sharing this post. 😊

    Pastor Natalie
    Letstakeamoment.com

    1. Hi Natalie! πŸ™‚ Wow, I hope it helps you best in your daily productivity. πŸ™‚
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  8. This blog post has some really great suggestions. I may have to try some of these. Thank you for sharing.

    Lauren – bournemouthgirl.com

    1. Thanks for the comment, Lauren. πŸ™‚

  9. I’m more of a tea drinker instead of a coffee drinker haha but that cheesecake looks delicious & hard-boiled eggs are always a great snack!

    1. Thanks, Kara. Yes, both are great snacks!<3

  10. Thank goodness everything listed are the foods that I enjoy πŸ™‚ Great to know they are a brain boost.

    1. Yes, they are all good for the brain. lucky you! x

  11. Charity says:

    Oh yum! I would eat/drink any of these snacks listed! And a huge bonus that they are a brain boost too. Thanks so much for sharing

    1. Hi Charity! Yup, there are all best snacks good for your brain.

  12. Love this! I drink a lot of coffee and have a lot of tuna, so I am glad to see that they’re great brain boosts! Need to add some nuts to the mix too x

    1. hahaha, true Cristina! 😊 keep it up on your everyday meal.

  13. Amazing post. So many great snacks for a brain boost. Love eating tuna on a rice cake. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thanks Charlotte! Yes, a healthy choice of food is the best! πŸ™‚

    2. Sure. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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