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Research has recently pointed to oatmeal as a potential ally in the battle against distraction and poor focus. Oatmeal provides long-term satiation, which means that you won’t be hungry for a snack in a few hours. As we all know, hunger can be a major distraction! However, oatmeal is also rich in fiber and other essential minerals, such as calcium and iron, which stimulate the brain, improve circulation and blood flow, and provide the necessary energy to concentrate for long periods of time throughout the day.

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