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NOTE: You can follow these quick fix plans alternately throughout the week.
MEAL QUICK FIX 1 QUICK FIX 2 QUICK FIX 3
Breakfast
Morning Mind Boost

Add fresh berries to cereals.

Morning Mind Boost
Morning Mind Boost
Add berries to a bowl of oats.
SnSnack 1a
BooFruits
1 Whole Apple
A Slice of Toast
Lunch
VegBoost & BooShake
Opt for low fat organic salad dressing. Add a bowl of soup if preferred.
Mind Boost & BooJuice
Grilled skinless chicken with mixed veggies. Opt for organic spices.
Mind Boost & BooShake
Tuna croissant sandwich, add lettuce, tomatoes and additional veggies where preferred.
Snack 2
Sweet Potatoes
1 Whole Banana
Sweet Potatoes
Dinner
Mind Boost & BooJuice
Smoked salmon with boiled asparagus and broccoli.
VegBoost & BooShake
Opt for low fat organic salad dressing. Add a bowl of soup if preferred.
Mind Boost & BooJuice
Grilled skinless chicken, wholewheat wrap, add lettuce and tomatoes. Opt for organic spices.
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NUTRIENTS BENEFITS
Beta Carotene It contains a healthy dose of carbohydrates without causing a sugar spike. This steady stream of energy can help one stay focused for hours on end and can also keep energy levels up.
Carbohydrates They can help improve concentration, raise alertness, and better the problem-solving skills.
Choline It enhances the brain function to its optimal thinking and protects the brain from degenerative diseases.
Omega 3 Fatty Acids They play an important role in cognitive functioning. Omega 3 Fatty Acids also enhance one's ability to focus and protect the brain against degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease.
Protein It has been proven to aid in concentration and relaxation.
Vitamin B (Thiamine) It helps alleviate symptoms of depression and mood disorders, and also keep cognitive function at its prime.
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FOOD NUTRIENTS DAILY INTAKE SIMPLE RITUALS
Cheese
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
2 slices
Morning Mind Boost
Include any of these in your breakfast meal for power energy.
Yoghurt
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
200 g
Eggs
Choline
300 mg
Whole Grains (Cereals, Oats, Buckwheat, Popcorn, Barley, Wheat Berries)
Carbohydrates
220 g
Milk
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
3 glasses
Oat
Vitamin B
50 g
Vegetables (Spinach)
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
150 g
VegBoost
Have it raw for snacks, add truffle shavings to dinner or blend as juice.
Opt for organic salad dressing.
Fruits (Cranberries, Blueberries, Strawberries, Mulberries)
Vitamin B
270 g
BooShake/BooJuice/BooFruits
Blend fresh fruits as a smoothie/juice or eat on its own.
Sweet Potatoes
Beta Carotene
1/2 cup
Have boiled sweet potato for snacking in between meals.
Beans (Kidney Beans, Legumes)
Vitamin B
Carbohydrates
400 mcg
Mind Boost
Saute├ęd/Grilled/Smoked/Light-fried (olive oil) AND/OR
Top with fresh fruits AND/OR
Add organic spices (low in sodium).
Fish (Salmon, Tuna)
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
85 g
Turkey (Lean Meat)
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
65-100 g
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SUBSTANCES THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT MEMORY & CONCENTRATION HARMFUL FOOD ADVERSE EFFECTS
Food Colourings/Additives
Processed Foods (meat, chicken, ham, bacon, sausage)
It affects and lowers concentration levels.
Sugar
Tidbits (candies)
Baked Goods (white refined bread)
These food cause a massive insulin dump, resulting in hypoglycemia and brain fog, accompanied by inability to focus.
Antimony
Beverage (fruit juices)
A glass of juice has been shown to suppress the immune system for four hours after ingestion. Juice spikes the blood sugar, results in brain fog and fatigue later on, and is usually loaded with food coloring.
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