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LICE MERRRIT: Now, I'm going to talk to you about brain foods. Your brain actually needs to be refuelled throughout the day, and our brains function best on carbohydrates, things coming from fruits especially strawberries, blueberries, prunes, which is a dried fruit, is also been shown to be a good brain food, and then salmon or fatty fish can also help boost your memory and your concentration. Another thing that really helps keep our brain going throughout the day is fuelling yourself regularly.
 You never want to have long periods of times or skipping meals because then your energy level goes down and your blood sugar level goes down and your brain doesn't have any energy to function. So, important things to remember about brain foods is, again, eating lots of blueberries, strawberries, you can put on your cereal, on your oatmeal, mix it in with you yogurts, also making sure you get at least two to three servings of salmon a week and again incorporating prunes into trail mixes or mixing that into your yogurt.
Eating a variety of foods, making sure you eat consistently throughout the day to refuel your brain. All of these things will really help keep your brain going and you thinking and concentrating well.



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