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Foods for Studying (Grade 7)

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Foods for Studying

Foods high in sugar and heavy carbs make great study foods because they give you lots of energy right away.
  1. True
  2. False
When studying, the ideal thing to drink is...
  1. A can of soda
  2. A glass of water
  3. An energy drink
  4. A cup of coffee
When you are studying, which NOT a good choice for a snack?
  1. A piece of fruit
  2. A bowl of vegetables
  3. A plate of cookies
  4. A block of cheese
Foods full of protein make a great study snack.
Which of the following would NOT make a great study snack?
  1. A handful of nuts
  2. A piece of natural beef jerky
  3. A piece of celery with peanut butter
  4. A few fried pork rinds
All chocolate, including dark chocolate and low-sugar chocolate, is not good for studying.
  1. True
  2. False
Snacking while studying distracts you. It's good to study on an empty stomach.
  1. True
  2. False
What do you currently snack on while studying?

What are 2 unhealthy snacks you sometimes eat while studying?
What are 2 healthy snacks you could replace them with?

Why do you think so many kids choose snacks such as candy bars and potato chips to enjoy while studying?

Why don't energy drinks help you study?

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