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Exam season brings up immense stress and sleepless nights for your child. Studies show that more than 60% of the kids suffer from exam phobia during their annual examinations (9, n.d.). While calming them down and talking to them helps, equally important is to fuel their young minds with the right energy to ensure they are active and in control. Breakfast improves your kid’s mood – their anxieties, like all feelings, affect them more strongly on an empty stomach (7, n.d.).

We’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And for kids, this meal is much more significant because of their high metabolism rates (1, n.d.) and ensures they remain energetic throughout the day. While children need a constant energy supply during their developing years, it becomes especially important during their exam days since their curious brains utilize up to 43% of the energy consumed by their bodies (2, n.d.).

How does breakfast help? (7, n.d.)

1) Breakfast helps kids wake up by providing the right energy boost!
2) Breakfast helps with improving memory function and cognitive abilities, which result in better exam performance.
3) Most importantly, a steady energy supply ensures your child does not lose concentration. (6, n.d.).
But what to have for breakfast? Milk, egg, fruits and vegetables, whole grain? How about all of it? According to health experts, a healthy exam breakfast fuels the body and should include all essential nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and essential Omega 3 fatty acids. A good breakfast comprises all the essential minerals and vitamins that give your child a healthy kickstart. Containing the perfect mix of Vitamins and Nutrients, Blue Band serves that purpose.
Blue Band contains Omega-3 and Omega-6, two essential fatty acids that are proven to stimulate blood flow and enhance brain function (3, n.d.). It also contains Vitamin A, which ensures healthy organs and bone development (4, n.d.), and Vitamin D, which helps enhance cognitive skills and calcium balance in the body (5, n.d.).
These nutrients give your child a healthy kickstart to the day. With the exam stress and high metabolism, they burn extra calories that must be compensated for the right way (8, n.d.). Preparing a proper exam breakfast helps your child perform well on exams and take charge of the exam stress.
Energize the right way to conquer exams!



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