Brain Food

A popular term for fish, the consumption of which, the ancients believed, increases cognitive capabilities; this may have some credence, given fish’s high concentration of DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid
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I just cannot get enough of them, they're brain food for learning lines and I absolutely love them.
Because it really does turn out to be brain food, government and health organizations recommend eating two seafood meals each week.
Brain food Adele Says: 'I do love Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes but I have trouble nding the time.
It's been pointed out that oily fish is a particularly good brain food to keep the players sharp in the middle for the afternoon session.
IT REALLY IS TRUE WHAT THEY say--fish is brain food, and when consumed by pregnant women, nursing mothers and babies it can dramatically increase children's 10 levels.
One path to useful brain food involves digging into the great books of all times.
Nuts and seed mixes While these are calorie-dense, they are packed with nutrients that are considered brain food.
The Experience Meetings consist of Brain Power and Brain Food for customers.
Brain Food serves fresh, well-balanced and primarily locally-sourced low-fat and low-sugar items that keep the guests' blood sugar level constant and help them to stay concentrated and to lower their stress level.
Brain Food serves fresh, well-balanced and primarily locally sourced low-fat and low-sugar items: lots of fish, whole grain products, fruits and vegetables that keep the guests' blood sugar level constant and help them to stay concentrated and to lower their stress level.
Mitchell the Chef, a personal chef service - as well as Brain Food, a healthy school lunch program.
The rest of the time, they must have healthy meals, or brain food, that helps them learn better and retain energy," recommended Dr Eeva-Liisa Langille, head of the paediatric department at the Burjeel Hospital.