BFRBs and Memory

 

   Many people have asked me how to manage the procrastination and memory problems that often come with being a student. I consider myself very well qualified to answer this question, due to personal experience. My elder sister remembers me saying as a child “I don’t have a memory, I have a forgettory.” Since chemotherapy a couple of years ago, my memory is even more of a struggle.  Nevertheless I have managed to complete my doctoral degree as well as lots of subsequent courses. Some courses, including biological psychology and cognitive psychology, have given me more information and insight into making the most of the memory I have. Try not to beat yourself up if you arrive for classes without the correct items, or if your mind goes blank in exams. Everyone can be forgetful and having tric might make you more prone to procrastination and anxiety. Cortisol (the stress hormone) shuts down memory …

Bacon rice with ginger, low oxalate recipe

 

 Bacon rice with ginger,low oxalate recipe:Cook a cup of white rice per person, with fresh ginger slices, simmering for 15 minutes, adding 15 gramms of fresh mint before draining, and after draining melt in one spoonful of coconut oil. Grill 3 slices of bacon per person (I used unsmoked) very slowly while cooking the rice Bacon rice is ready to serve. When serving, add a sliced avocado and a pinch of sea salt.You can have bacon rice with ginger as dinner or lunch. Nutritional highlights Avocados are good source of monounsaturated fat and vitamin E. However, they are high in calories due to the high fat content. Half an avocado counts as one portion of your 5-a day and those managing their weight might want to consider limiting the number of avocados they consume to two per week while increasing the portions of other lower calorie fruits and vegetables. Avocados …