And here rings the final BELL!
No, this is not the bell that you hear in an exam hall, signalling you to stop that pen from further scribbling.
This is a bell to put to stop the wrong diet plan that you follow whenever you have an exam round the corner.
Read up the do’s and don’ts when your brain is tuned to the exam mode trigger.
Stay away from caffeine, coco-pops, energy drinks (yes they do not boost energy), fatty bacon and sausages, hot chips and that quick white bread with jam. Instead try eating wholemeal toast with baked beans, wholemeal English muffin with an egg, wholemeal toast with avocado and tomatoes, muesli with fruits (blueberries /banana) or porridge with raisins and fruit. This will certainly kick your memory in the right direction.
Routine your daily meal along a plan: breakfast consisting of Vitamin B, glassful of milk, and fruits. At around 11 am couple apples, carrots, badam, pista, apricots with Vitamin C. Keep lunch simple with rice and wheat chapattis containing iron and carbohydrates.
At 3pm consume another round of fruits and protein rich peanuts. Dinnertime meal must consist of eggs along with dal and rice.
Hydrate yourself well enough throughout the day. Try including a lot of green leafy vegetables in your diet. Revise along a well time-table, summarise what you learn and most importantly sleep well.