When it comes to exam season, maintaining a healthy diet can be a challenge for students who find themselves spending longer days (and nights) in the library.
For some students, a Red Bull, family sized packet of crisps and the occasional apple might suffice as study snacks, however it’s important to distinguish between foods which give you short bursts of energy and those which act as slow-release brain foods for studying.
Getting the right number of vitamins and nutrients into your diet will help to improve your concentration and focus in exams as well as boost your energy levels in the revision period leading up to the assessment.
Here’s a few top tips for what to eat in the lead-up to your exams, to help you perform to the best of your abilities and ace the exam!
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