6 simple recipes to help with exam period
21st April 2019
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Too blessed to be stressed: Co-op and The National Student are here to help ease all of the pre-exam anxiety with some quick and easy recipes With the stress of exams coming up, we'll soon be pushing ourselves to the limits and spending long hours in the library, trying to get that perfect exam score. Too often we forget or just don’t have time to get the food that our bodies (and brains!) desperately need in order to stay on top of things. We’ve compiled a list of some fun and simple recipes you can make when studying for final exams. They won't have you in the kitchen forever, so you’ll be able to take a quick study break then get right back to the top of the class. Salmon with pesto topping
Image Credit: Courtesy of Co-opA great choice, easy to make, and can be on the plate in just 30 minutes. Salmon is full of healthy fats, especially omega 3, which can help with brain function. Get the recipe here Waffle Nachos
Image Credit: Courtesy of Co-opA slightly healthier alternative to the typical fast food nachos that students might normally be indulging in during exam prep. This recipe is also gluten-free and has lots of ingredients that will leave you feeling energized rather than stuck in a food coma. Get the recipe here Frozen yoghurt bark
Image Credit: Courtesy of Co-opYoghurt is also really great to have when preparing for exams, thanks to all the probiotics inside that help keep your digestive system in proper working order. This great snack recipe also includes fruits for an added healthy touch.
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Image Credit: Courtesy of Co-opEveryone’s favourite brunch dish. Really simple to make and won’t take a whole lot of time when you’re busy with exam prep. The eggs in this recipe are full of Vitamin B that helps to produce energy so you can stay focused for long periods of time. Get the recipe here Spinach tortellini with kale pesto
Image Credit: Courtesy of Co-opWhile you may not be engaging in lots of physical activity, studying for exams can be a marathon and it’s always important to carbo-load. Get the recipe here Easter Rocky Road
Image Credit: Courtesy of Co-opA little bit of chocolate can actually be really good for you! Dark chocolate helps to encourage the release of endorphins in the body, which make us happy, protect the brain and improve blood flow to it. All of those things really helps to improve focus, learning and memory. Also, what better way to use all of your leftover chocolate from Easter? Get the recipe here Lead Image Credit: Artem Bulbfish from Pexels Students get 10% off at Co-op with a TOTUM or NUS extra card
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