Brain Foods

Schilling, Becky
June 2008
FoodService Director;6/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p34
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The article reports that Tulsa Public Schools, Child Nutrition Services in Oklahoma has teamed up with the district's brain-based learning teacher to offer foods during school testing weeks that, it is hoped, would increase students' memory and attention, enhance learning and, ultimately, increase test scores. Under the program, Brain Foods, foods high in antioxidants and fiber that were proven by research to increase the brain's cognition, memory and alertness were substituted for the regular offerings during testing weeks.


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