Nutritionist Lysenko explained how to eat to pass the test

During the exam preparation period, students need magnesium and slow carbohydrates
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Before the exam, it is good for students to consume magnesium for the proper functioning of brain cells, slow carbohydrates in the form of buckwheat and rice, as well as vegetables and fruits. Such advice in an interview with URA.RU was given by nutritionist (specialist in proper, balanced diet) Anna Lysenko.

“First of all, it is important to go to bed early, before 22.00. It affects the function of the soul and the nervous system. Second, the child needs to be given magnesium in preparation for the exam. It is necessary for the proper functioning of cells and finding peace, since the drug also affects the function of the nervous system. And it would be good to combine magnesium with vitamin B – B6. “Third, it is necessary to ensure that the child eats enough slow carbohydrates, buckwheat, rice and certainly fruits and vegetables,” explained Anna Lysenko.

At the same time, the nutritionist dispelled the myth about the need to consume large amounts of sugar in preparation for exams. “Many people mistakenly believe that the brain needs sugar, but this is not true. This is a well-known myth. The brain needs glucose and is obtained from various foods such as raw carbohydrates, buckwheat and rice. They lead to a gradual increase in blood glucose levels, unlike chocolates and other sugary foods. “Slow carbohydrates are important for stability in the work of the soul and increase of energy”, stressed Lysenko.

In an interview with URA.RU, the Deputy Chief Physician of the Yamal Center for Public Health and Medical Prevention, Candidate of Biological Sciences Natalia Polovodova added that in a period of intense mental stress, a child needs a varied diet. “In times of intense mental stress, the child needs nutritious and varied food. “Foods like fish, cottage cheese, nuts, dried apricots and even a few slices of chocolate stimulate the brain,” he said.

In Russia, on May 26, the examination began. According to the head of Rosobrnadzor Anzor Muzaev, the examination is carried out in all parts of the country as usual.

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Before the exam, it is good for students to consume magnesium for the proper functioning of brain cells, slow carbohydrates in the form of buckwheat and rice, as well as vegetables and fruits. Such advice in an interview with URA.RU was given by nutritionist (specialist in proper, balanced diet) Anna Lysenko. “First of all, it is important to go to bed early, before 22.00. It affects the function of the soul and the nervous system. Second, the child needs to be given magnesium in preparation for the exam. It is necessary for the proper functioning of cells and finding peace, since the drug also affects the function of the nervous system. And it would be good to combine magnesium with vitamin B – B6. “Third, it is necessary to ensure that the child eats enough slow carbohydrates, buckwheat, rice and certainly fruits and vegetables,” explained Anna Lysenko. At the same time, the nutritionist dispelled the myth about the need to consume large amounts of sugar in preparation for exams. “Many people mistakenly believe that the brain needs sugar, but this is not true. This is a well-known myth. The brain needs glucose and is obtained from various foods such as raw carbohydrates, buckwheat and rice. They lead to a gradual increase in blood glucose levels, unlike chocolates and other sugary foods. “Slow carbohydrates are important for stability in the work of the soul and increase of energy”, stressed Lysenko. In an interview with URA.RU, the Deputy Chief Physician of the Yamal Center for Public Health and Medical Prevention, Candidate of Biological Sciences Natalia Polovodova added that in a period of intense mental stress, a child needs a varied diet. “In times of intense mental stress, the child needs nutritious and varied food. “Foods like fish, cottage cheese, nuts, dried apricots and even a few slices of chocolate stimulate the brain,” he said. In Russia, on May 26, the examination began. According to the head of Rosobrnadzor Anzor Muzaev, the examination is carried out in all parts of the country as usual.

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