The Tutoring Center, Sammamish WA

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When we are focused on summer learning, it can be hard to keep up with a regular diet. And with snack foods so accessible, it can be easy to make the wrong food choice to fuel your brain. In this post, The Tutoring Center in Sammamish will share some foods to easily have on hand when the cravings hit.

The most important meal of the day!

A good breakfast staple has always been oatmeal. By providing energy throughout the day it has the advantage of making your kids feel fuller for longer. Try adding fruits such as bananas, apples or any other fresh fruit you have in your kitchen for an extra boost.

You’re so sweet, Potato.

Maintaining low stress levels is an important factor with studying. Sweet potatoes are a good source of Magnesium, which is important for relaxation and stress management. Sweet potatoes have the added bonus of versatility and can be enjoyed grilled, baked and even steamed.

If it worked for Popeye... 

Spinach is a great source of Vitamins A and C, Iron, Folic Acid and Calcium which are important for your child's brain and body development. Spinach can be added to almost any sauce or salsa. Chopped finely, you can easily disguise its taste.

Don’t leave it to Salmon else.

Fish such as Salmon are packed with omega-3 docosahexaenoic acid, an important ingredient for optimal brain function and memory retention. Easy to integrate into rice dishes, Salmon can make a great quick and easy brain snack.

I’m Berry glad we met.

Easily overlooked, blueberries are not only packed anti-oxidants, they are also brimming with vitamins, such as Vitamin C, an important part of maintaining a healthy body.

Summer learning is an important time for your child, and making sure their brain is receiving the right fuel is just as important as the study itself. Alongside this, our experts can provide help with reading, writing, and math help through one-to-one instruction or private tutoring in Sammamish. Call us today at 425-202-7306 for more information.


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