Study LESS, Study SMART How Long Your Favorite Food 5 months ago   11:48

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Learn how to study smarter and more efficiently, which translates to better grades and more free time for the things you enjoy. This video will help you improve your grades and have you spend less time studying!

In medical school you are forced to learn information at a faster pace than in undergrad. These are the various strategies that helped me study more effectively and efficiently, and what I wish I knew during undergrad as a premed student. Life would have been much easier and I would have had more time to do other things if I knew these study tricks earlier.

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Med School Insiders
What's your favorite study tip from this video?

Were there any others that you think I should have included? Let me know!
Sree Konattu
I'm not eve close to university but I'm searching how to get into university
karla mosquera
What are you recommendation for someone with short term memory? ( unable to recall everything that happened 1-3 days ago)
Playa Loop
"Rewatching isn't gonna help"

Me: *adds the vid into 'Watch later' to review the info again*
Rafaela Diandra
Yes doc. I am in medschool and am overwhelmed all the notes and coverages
Alex Powell
Review flash-cards while doing LISS cardiovascular exercise
Sebastian Johns
I only study a month before exams in med school
I'm so glad that I found this video.
tbh, i like working in groups because then i won’t procrastinate, because i should t ruin someone else’s mark’s.
Juliet Noppers
How do you know what information is the most important? It's honestly the worst feeling in the world coming out of an exam knowing you studied all of the wrong stuff.
Kim Jong-un
Whats the intro song?
..... Except that there's stuff - not even imo, i express this by experience - in which you do gotta study literally most of the details to understand things even better and not fail.... there's NO FILLERS in effectively studying for some topics, unless you gotta get to the point faster in learning something. Even random funny - reading threats in the internet - is a testament or proof that you understand deeply things by reading at least 90 percent of what's written there. Granted Studying Less saves you time, but it's still debatable that doing it that way is defnitely Smarter. There's no trash information when you deeply analize something scientific or technicall
Hassan Butt
Can you make a video on how to use multiple books simultaneously or how to make notes from multiple books?
Vanix Yeo
I really love your Channel
I never study, but I have pretty good grades, an average of 95 and the reason why I don't study, is because I store the information in my *long term* memory, as opposed to short term. When you put stuff in your Lon term memory, you're actually learning and won't forget it. When you store facts in your short term memory, you're just memorizing it. Your brain will let go of what you "learned" as soon as you finish that quiz or as soon as your rain can. The way store facts into your brain is by acting questions. Ask your teacher/professor/tutor. I'm a pretty shy kid, and always was so I didn't like bringing attention to me so what I would do was write down my question(s) and ask my teacher at the end of the class privately. I you don't mind attention, you can ask in class. But asking questions is soooooo important
Thanks for this vid
Pomodoro is a good strategy
Nathaniel Neubert
I listen to these on 2x speed. lol
Stan Kpop
What if you actually enjoyed studying?
I’m a nursing student and here’s what worked for me:
-rewrite lecture notes in summary form.
-read the related sections in the book. (This helps because the teacher and the book describe concepts in slightly different ways.)
-make concept maps.
-use mnemonics and word associations that work for you. (The weirder the better.)
-practice questions, practice questions, practice questions!!! (NCLEX style, not knowledge based ones that you or classmates formulated)
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How Long Your Favorite Food Study LESS, Study SMART 5 months ago   08:18

How long does the process of digestion last? Do you find yourself still hungry no matter how much you eat? If so, you might be eating foods that are too high on the glycemic index. It’s definitely something worth knowing if you’re struggling with excess weight.

The glycemic index is a system of values given to foods according to how quickly they cause an increase in blood glucose levels. To put that in layman’s terms, it basically measures how fast different foods are digested by the body. Glucose is a simple sugar that gives your body energy, and you get it from the foods you eat.

Your blood is what carries this sugar throughout your body to all your hungry cells and tissues. That’s why it’s called blood glucose. If you eat something that’s high on the index, your blood glucose will spike, giving you a fast boost of energy.

What glycemic index is 0:58
Foods that digest slowly 3:30
Foods that digest moderately 4:08
Foods that digest quickly 4:34
Foods that don’t have a glycemic index value 5:27
What about pizza? 6:09
Are all low-glycemic foods healthy? 6:43

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- The glycemic index is a system of values given to foods according to how quickly they cause an increase in blood glucose levels. To put that in layman’s terms, it basically measures how fast different foods are digested by the body.
- If you eat something that’s high on the index, your blood glucose will spike, giving you a fast boost of energy.
- Foods and drinks are actually split into three groups: low, medium, and high. Low items rate from 1 to 55, medium is from 56 to 69, and high items are from 70 and above.
- According to the experts at Bodytomy, some low-glycemic foods, like cooked vegetables or a salad, can remain in your stomach anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.
- There are also foods that really don’t really have a glycemic index value since they don’t contain any carbs. But they can still take a while to be digested by your stomach. It can take you anywhere from 2 to 5 hours for your stomach to digest meats, like chicken, lamb, and pork.
- If you’re having pizza that’s just dough, cheese, and sauce, that might rate high on the glycemic index, mostly because of that dough. But believe it or not, adding toppings actually makes your slice healthier!
- You might encounter foods that will be low on the index, but if they’re processed, they most likely still contain tons of saturated fats, sugar, and empty calories.

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