What you eat can play a huge role in how you feel and think throughout the day. And when it comes to sugar, it can either support cognitive function or impede our thought processes. Researchers found that the so called “sugar coma” is a real thing, and it could explain why it’s hard to focus after you’ve indulged in a sweet treat. Read more about sugar coma below.
One of your New Year’s resolutions might be to cut back on sugar and improve your diet. It’s a great goal and a low-sugar diet definitely has many benefits. The only problem is that it can be really difficult to cut back on sugar without feeling deprived and hangry. If that’s the case, try this simple trick – eat more fat – to make this dietary resolution a bit easier to swallow.