Eating healthy during Exams

 1.Eat Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and should be low in fat, high in fibre and also include a low fat protein.  The energy available from breakfast will assist with the increased metabolism rate early in the morning

2. Enjoy 3 meals per day.  

It’s easier said than done but it’s worth attempting.

Keep them high in fibre, low in fat and add a variety of fruit, vegetables or salads to each meal.


  1.    Eat balanced meals.

Include starch, protein and a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables in meals.  Fatty fish e.g. sardines (rich in omega 3) is also a good option to include during stressful times.


  1.   Eat snacks

Snack frequently on fruit and healthy foods to sustain energy needed by the brain. Snack could include fruits and nuts  like bananas, apples and peanuts and very little amount of soda and snacks with high sugar content.


  1.   Drink a lot of water

Drink water in order to prevent dehydration. Dehydration causes headache, feeling tired and having no energy.  Add taste to the water by adding a few slices of fresh apple or mint leaves.


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