Monday, 19 February 2018

Diet for Exams; for Great Grades


Exam season is unfailingly and a rough season for everybody included; the children, parents, and even the teachers! Be that as it may, the most worried are the parents for their kids in light of the fact that long examining hours mean twisted eating regimen and eventually sick wellbeing for your kids.

The Heritage School – the best ICSE school in Dehradun understands all of these problems and to combat all of them, below a few tips, have been mentioned in the light of what food to eat and what to avoid,the one that will help your little one fly and score high!

Eat smaller, frequent meals

Eating small meals will provide a stable supply of energy to the exam drained the brain.If a large meal is served to the child then he/she will experience a dip in energy and also the alertness to study for hours on end.

Have a healthy, nutritious breakfast

Except for breakfast, small meals should be served. Breakfast plays a major role in everyone’s diet. Try serving a combination of whole grains and proteins, because only the breakfast will keep going that energy in your child while he/she writes that exam.

Pay attention to snacks

Make sure no high amounts of fats or sugar are served as snacks. Instead of going for such snacks, opt for baked ones. Not only do they replace high contents of sugar and fats but are tasty as well.

Ensure the exam time diet is rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids


Omega-3 fats play an important role in memory, concentration, and even relieving depression.Studies have found omega-3 fatty acids, especially docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), have shown to increase the brain volume.Sources of omega-3 fats in the diet: Oily fish like salmon, mackerel, tuna, halibut, trout; seeds like flax, chia, and melon seeds, sunflower also provide omega-3 fats.You can make a powder of the seeds and nuts and sprinkle them over soups, dals, salads, chapatti flour.


Water is your best friend

It is important to stay hydrated. Ideally, drinking 1.5 liters of water a day is recommended.
Coconut water, buttermilk, milky drinks, some special tea like chamomile tea can not only help meet the recommended fluid intake but also help in providing nutrients and provide a sense of calm.

Coffee and Exams

Coffee is seriously not recommended for students. It is dehydrating and definitely not a good beverage to be drunk in the night. Instead, if coffee is drunk during morning and that too in moderate amounts can actually help with alertness and not cause issues with sleep deprivation.

We understand how critical the exam time can get and especially the diet. Providing proper diet can be very critical for both parents and kids.The ICSE School in Dehradun believes in aiming and providing better guidance for our students and continue to wish that our students achieve great success!

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