Every single second of the day it?s estimated you receive 2m bits of information streaming in to your nervous system. All this information directs your thoughts and since the media thrives on negativity, this is what you are feeding your mind. But here’s to get on the road of self-improvement.
Our lives are governed by an intrinsic, almost mystical-like force that influences and informs most of our decisions. Don’t believe me? Take a look in the mirror. This “invisible influence” inspired what clothes you wore today, what car you drove to work, and even where you ate for lunch. It’s called social influence. And it’s an omnipresent force in your next customer’s shopping decision.
Having a drawer filled with dark chocolate will boost your brain – we really mean it! But it's not the only food to do so. From folklore medicine to Aztec warrior usage, we unveil five snacks that have a long history of increasing concentration.