Your brain requires significant resources. It requires a minimum of 20 percent of your baseline daily calories just to fuel its activity. Properly fueling and hydrating your brain will help you make sure your brain is in the best shape for thinking, learning, and focusing.
Brain-Boosting Foods include:
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