Thursday, August 8, 2019

Cognitive Diet For Creative Concentration

This might be a very good productive night for you writers, poets, nonfiction writers and perhaps songwriters. What are the best ways you approach your writing? A creative mind needs cognitive foods to keep going. If you follow this guideline, I promise you it works wonders for an all nighter, if that is your goal.
In my experience, too much of a favorite food is counter productive. My limit is one cup of coffee after dinner, but if I go more than that, my mind gets too busy. Too much sugar also blocks the creative channels. Moderation is the key.
Cut out the carbs. Go green and leafy and light. Don't forget the protein. I prefer a nice fish such as salmon or trout with a salad. Greens such as spinach, kale with mixed veggies with sweet potato does help keep the brain working when you need it to be productive. Bolthouse Green Goodness is a great juice that enhances focus as it eliminates toxins. I adhere to this. If you don't mind a bit of extra chlorophyll, add chlorella powder to juice. (It does not taste well) but it really has helped with stamina and focus.   by Mike Barrett is a very great resource and I eat most of these foods.  

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