Did you know that your brain uses 20 to 25 percent of the total energy you consume? The better nourishment you provide for you brain, the better it works for you. But do you want to waste your mental power on planning healthy meals in the midst of studying for exams? Probably not, that’s why I’ve decided to share with you one of my favorite quick brain-friendly snacks – my hot pita sandwich.
Preheat the over to 350F. Place a whole-wheat pita on a baking sheet, you don’t need to cut or open the pita. Put a few slices of the red bell pepper on top, spice it up with salt and pepper. Next, add some deli turkey and top it off with a slice of mozzarella cheese. Put the sandwich in the oven until the cheese melts and turns golden brown in spots. Enjoy! If you don’t eat meat, a nice substitute combination would be a plum tomato, fresh basil leaves, and mozzarella cheese. And have a cup of green tea instead of a sugar- or aspartame-laden soda. It contains caffeine, so it will give you an energy boost. In addition, the polyphenols and tannins found in green tea have been shown to improve the brain function.
I also have a dessert for your memory. Do you remember which interests can be potentially affected by the Rule Against Perpetuities?
The following interests may violate the Rule Against Perpetuities:
1) vested remainders subject to open;
2) contingent remainders;
3) executory interests.
You can remember them by the mnemonic:
RAP STOPS CORE EXECS.
RAP = Rule Against Perpetuities
STOP = Vested Remained Subject To OPen
CORE = COntingent REmainder
EXECs = EXECutory interests.