8. Vary your diet - Deepstash

8. Vary your diet

The foods you eat can affect cognitive functions like concentration and memory. Avoiding processed foods, too much sugar, and very greasy or fatty foods. To boost concentration, try eating more of the following:

  • fatty fish (think salmon and trout)
  • eggs (white and yolk both)
  • blueberries
  • spinach

Staying hydrated can also have a positive impact on concentration. Even mild dehydration can make it harder to focus or remember information.

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