4. Eggs:

Eggs also provide high-quality protein, a nutrient that helps you concentrate by keeping your blood sugar stabilized and helping you feel fuller, longer. Whether you like your eggs scrambled, in an omelet, or hard-boiled, eggs are a rich source of nutrition to help keep your brain and body charged throughout the morning rush.

5. Oats:

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Although jam-packed with minerals, slow-release carbs are the real name of the game when it comes to porridge, with a 158g serving providing 607 calories. These aren’t empty, though: that same bowl just plated up 26g of protein. The accompanying dietary fibre means that your oats won’t sit flat, but will fuel your exercise all day long.

6. Blueberries:

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Possibly the king of fruits the small berry provides great amounts of fiber, antioxidants and phytonutrients. These phytonutrients  play a key role in preventing disease and keeping the body running normally. They are a perfect thing to start the day off because high levels of vitamin C, cancer fighting properties, improve heart health, boost brain function and cognitive health

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