brainfood

brainfood

(ˈbreɪnˌfuːd)
n
(Complementary Medicine) any foodstuff containing nutrients thought to promote brain function, such as oily fish which is rich in omega-3 oils
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For example, you might be having a brainstorming session where we will provide some high-powered brainfood with protein or whatever it might be," says Irving.
The free weekend will include brainfood in the form of a Romanstyle outdoor hog roast and, despite there currently being no WiFi at the Fort, the team are exploring the possibility of linking up with a historical society in Rome.
New York-based EduFoods LLC, maker of Bitsy's Brainfood, is prepared for that.
As AtSite's Marketing Manager, Stephanie's focus will be to manage the marketing, branding, and communications efforts of AtSite with the goal of providing industry outreach through various mediums including social media campaigns, the AtSite blog, AtSite's BrainFood forum, industry conferences and events, and ongoing branding promotion.
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To help fuel your learning, learndirect has teamed up with top nutritionist, Fiona Hunter, and TV chef, Danny Boome, to come up with brainfood tips.
Primary school children are getting brainfood every morning to help them achieve success in their exams.
Martin Hill-Wilson, global authority on social customer service and the founder of Brainfood Consulting, is leading a customer service event hosted by Agilisys, digital technology specialist, to share his expertise with industry leaders in the public sector.
To help fuel your learning, learndirect has teamed up with nutritionist Fiona Hunter to give out brainfood tips.