It is no secret that America is suffering from an epidemic of unhealthy lifestyles, but now researchers are saying that not only will eating better improve your physical health, but possibly your I.Q. as well.
In a time when students are desperately abusing prescription medications like Adderall and Ritalin to increase their mental focus and processing during major study sessions, these same scientists are hoping that instead of popping pills, college students will incorporate these brain boosters into their diets.
Obviously, these are healthy foods that should be incorporated into everyone’s diet, but the added benefits may show up on your test scores. So the next time you go to grab a study snack, consider these options to continue to give your brain the resources it needs to cram for that final.
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