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Healthy Snacks That’ll Help With Your Memory This Exam Season

Are upcoming university exams haunting your nights and squeezing the fun out of  your days? Semester exams are the upcoming biggie across India and we’re helping you out with your prep munchies, so try out these healthy snacks that you can munch in between your study breaks.

Egg Chaat

Known for its calcium properties, it’s a great mood lifter (who doesn’t like egg bhurji?) and the choline in it helps in making your brains sharper than it already is (especially during exam season)! Healthy snacks like egg chaat only requires sliced boiled eggs, red chillies, onions, coriander, tomato, salt and a drizzle of olive oil.

Dark Chocolate

Chocolate doesn’t ask questions, chocolate understands. You deserve something sweet after rattling your brain for hours right? Ditch that high-calorie brownie and indulge in the seductive dark chocolates that improve blood flow to the heart as well as the brain.

Green Leafy Veggies

Winter season’s coming up and so will be mustard leaves (sarso) hitting the markets soon! Get a whole handi of the yummy sarso saag made and chomp away till makke di roti do us part. Other green veggies like spinach and kale are certainly good for your memory because of the magic vitamin content. You can try our exhaustive winter greens guide to pick up something fun for your healthy snacks!

Walnuts

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Being high on antioxidants and vitamin E, this nut can do wonders for your mind. I guess your mamma wasn’t wrong when she forced you to take walnuts in your lunch. Try this if you’re looking for something yum and hair-healthy.

Blueberries

Blueberries are known for improving short-term memory. So, it’s the best food for all those not equipped with a photographic memory and those who end up studying at the eleventh hour. Blueberries go really well with your breakfasts too!

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Ashwati Menon is a first-year mass media student who strongly believes that food resembles soul, passion & that's what she likes to inculcate in her writing. Good food and reading about food is her primary need each day.