Foods to avoid whilst studying
Avoid eating chocolate or drinking fizzy drinks before an exam and in large quantities whilst revising due to high caffeine content. F
ood and drinks high in caffeine have been proven to reduce long-term and short-term memory abilities, and leave you feeling sluggish and demotivated after a short-lived sugar high.
If you’re a chocoholic and your sweet tooth won’t let you cut it out for good, substituting dark chocolate for milk and white chocolate is a healthier alternative, as is swapping your sugary drinks for the same sugar-free options,
Like chocolate, coffee can be a tempting energy booster, but dependency on the stuff can be a danger in the long term.
Green tea is a great alternative to coffee, it’s full of antioxidants which has huge benefits for your skin and has been said to improve concentration.
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