TopicGambling Away to Victory

  • Wed 13th Sep 2017 - 12:05pm

    Studies in healthy adults have shown that even mild dehydration impairs a number of important aspects of cognitive function such as concentration, alertness, and short-term memory." - Nutritions Review, 2005

    "During dehydration, there was a significant deterioration in Formula Bets Review   test solving time, minimum single task solving time, and total ballast time."- Croation Medical Journal, 2006

    Rule 3- Eat protein, fat, and carbohydrates

    Each of the three macronutrients is critical to mental performance. They each have a distinctive role. Ignore one, and you'll be sorry! It's like playing with only one hole card!

    "Energy intake from protein, carbohydrate, or fat can enhance memory independently of elevations in blood glucose. Each macronutrient may also exert unique effects on cognition." - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2001

    "The results suggest that dietary protein rich in alpha-lactalbumin improves cognitive performance in stress-vulnerable subjects via increased brain tryptophan and serotonin activities." - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2002

    "A protein-rich or balanced meal seems to result in better overall cognitive performance.." - Physiology and Behavior, 2002

    "Protein ingestion resulted in better attention and efficiency of tasks concomitant with higher metabolic activation." - British Journal of Nutrition, 2001

    Thus, you can see the inadequacies of the typical energy drink. Sugar and caffeine are great. However, caffeine, protein, fat, and carbohydrates are far superior! For overall cognitive performance, your meals and snacks should contain all three macronutrients!


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