Dishes that are not only tasty but also help improve memory, concentration and mental acuity. Food such as: •Whole grains — 3 or more servings per day •Green…
Is red wine good for you or bad for you? Should you eat grains or leave them off your plate? What about dairy – yes or no? When it comes to nutritional advice, it may seem like a constant exercise in “Eat This, Not That.” Increasingly, research is revealing that a healthy diet is crucial for optimal brain health. But what is a “healthy diet”?
Meet The ‘MIND’ Diet (It Slashes Alzheimer's Risk By 35%) The MIND diet promotes consumption of berries — particularly blueberries and strawberries. There’s a rising interest in how nutrition fuels cognition and memory function long-term — and now, researchers are on to a winning dietary formula. The bonus? Noshing your way to brain benefits doesn’t involve following a strict regimen.
This recipe, from my new book Eat Fat, Get Thin, features traditional Mediterranean ingredients like lemon, oregano, artichokes, and olives, making for a delicious entree. Serve this dish in shallow bowls with the vegetables and juices poured over the top. Add a tossed green salad with a quarter of an avocado per person, dressed with vinaigrette, …