Thursday, May 03, 2007

Healthy snacks for those who need intake while working or learning

If your Learning Style calls for intake when you’re concentrating on something new or difficult, make sure that what you snack on doesn’t make you feel too heavy, too tired or - in the longer term - unhealthy.

So here are a few ideas for light snacks that are good for you:
· water (about 2 litres or 8 standard-size cups is about right as a daily dose)
· nuts (provided you’re not allergic)
· fresh or dried fruit (if dried, those without preservatives are best)
· seeds (e.g., sunflower, pumpkin)
· dark chocolate (at least 70& cocoa)
· popcorn (no-fat and preservative free)
· anything with lots of omega 3 (salmon, sardines, mackerel and herring).

Do you have any other suggestions? We’d love to hear from you! Simply drop us an email or leave a comment on this blog.

Please listen to your Learning Style needs - they are there to help you work and learn in an optimal way.
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