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Adjudicator wrote:gambelda wrote:No energy drinks whatsoever. Start exercising, take daily vitamins, and eat a banana for potassium.
I've been training for an ironman and have never felt better in my entire life. I have absolutely zero endurance issues related to taking an LSAT. Now fixing silly mistakes....that's a different story.
You tell people to avoid energy drinks, but your advice is sugar? Really? Bananas aren't even an especially great source of potassium. A potato or a small pork chop will have almost twice as much.
Personally I've been laying off the caffeine, but I would still choose a sugar-free energy drink over a banana.
I agree with exercising though. Some studies suggest that aerobic exercise may have a beneficial effect on cognition and learning.
I agree with you about sugar, but I had a banana on test day and it worked just fine. Potassium on the other hand don't know/don't care lol
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