»Now concentrate!« Have you ever heard that? When your mind keeps drifting off and you have to admonish yourself to stick to the task at hand? But concentration is not always achieved by sheer effort of will.
To be able to focus well and for a long time on one thing, the brain needs many nutrients, especially complex carbohydrates, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins B, E and C, but also minerals like calcium, magnesium and secondary plant substances such as the pigments in berries. Many of these precious substances are contained in fresh fruits and vegetables. According to studies, the concentration of people who eat whole foods is many times better than that of people who mainly eat fast food.
We have a few tips for you on how to keep your thinking machinery well-oiled and your grey cells on the go with tasty foods.