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5 superfoods to boost brain power for your next meeting and training

You are what you eat and when it comes to keeping your delegates switched on during meetings or training days, we strongly believe that food is an enabler for successful events.

According to research by the World Health Organisation, the right food increases brain power, motivation and overall productivity by up to 20 percent. At CentrEd, our dedicated restaurant menu is designed to fuel the body and mind, with the right balance of protein, carbohydrates and fats. Here are our five top superfoods that will boost your delegates’ brain power for more productive meetings and training.


There are plenty of fish in the sea that will give your delegates a much-needed productivity boost, but salmon is the real star when it comes to optimal brain power. Salmon is high in omega-3 fatty acids which boosts brain capacity and improves your ability to recall information. The CentrEd restaurant has fish dishes to suit every taste from smoked haddock with spinach and hollandaise, a leaner grilled tuna steak or superfood salmon and watercress tart paired with protein-rich soft poached egg.

Green tea

Desperate for your next cup of java? If your delegates are starting to look sleepy, consider serving green tea instead of coffee. Green tea is a natural energy booster containing B vitamins, folic acid, manganese, potassium, magnesium, and caffeine. Matcha tea in particular is popular across the pond. Match is when the entire green tea leaf is ground into a fine powder and consumed — giving your delegates a hit of fibre and polyphenols, a family of powerful antioxidants. Green tea can be somewhat bitter, try mixing it with a spoonful of honey if you’re not sweet enough already.


In a nutshell, they’re an excellent source of protein and natural fats that will give your brain a boost. Nuts and seeds are full of vitamin E and other helpful anti-oxidants that are proven to slow cognitive decline and naturally increase memory and cognitive performance. Almonds and walnuts are the best choices for maximum brain power. Our chocolate and almond sponge with an extra helping of chocolate sauce is a double threat — anti-oxidant rich dark chocolate paired with the protein punch of nuts are bound to set you up for a productive afternoon. More of a savoury tooth? Try the chicken rendang with peanuts and peppers.

Leafy greens

We all know it’s important to get your five a day, but dark leafy greens such as spinach, kale and rocket should be your go to for productive meetings and training. These powerful plants contain folate, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6 which all contribute to battling post-lunch concentration lapses. Luckily for you and your delegates, CentrEd’s menu is full to bursting with these super greens, from roast squash, spinach and blue cheese tarts to carefully crafted salads. 

Red wine

Want to wrap up your day and ensure your delegates leave with the key takeaways firm in their mind? End your day with a well-timed tipple preferably in the form of red wine, which scientists found increases levels of dopamine, leading to better short-term memory and motor skills. A post-event BBQ on the CentrEd dockside with a jug of Pimms might be just what the doctor ordered — just don’t overdo it!

In addition to our commitment to incorporating nutritious food into our menus designed to meet all dietary requirements, we know that using fresh, locally sourced produce is key to enhancing the delegate experience. We work with local suppliers to source our produce, with 80% of all food and drink purchased brought from UK companies. Some food for thought when planning your next meeting or training event. Interested in learning more about CentrEd and our dedicated restaurant? Let us take you on a virtual tour of the facility from the comfort of your own seat.