Eating for Brain Health

 

After a long day it can be tempting to opt for something quick and easy for dinner, whether it’s picking up takeout, heating up something from the freezer, or just whipping up a leftover stir fry. We’ve all been there, and we totally get it. But your brain’s been working hard all day – it deserves a nutritious and healthy meal. Luckily, brain powerful recipes don’t have to be hard! Check out the recipes we’ve compiled below for some ideas on how to treat your brain (and your stomach).

Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Coconut and Turmeric

We’re deep in the throes of winter. What better way to warm up than with a delicious and hearty soup full of healthy fats? A Beautiful Plate helps us boost our brains with this tasty recipe. Find the full recipe here.

 
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Spiced Lamb Kebabs with Pea and Herb Couscous

Did you know that lamb is rich in high-quality protein and many healthy vitamins and minerals? What a perfect way to build your brain health after a long day! BBC Good Food sure lives up to their name with this recipe!

 
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Watercress, Beetroot, and Avocado Salad with Beluga Lentils

Salads aren’t just a side dish! With this flavorful dish, Heavenlynn Healthy teaches us how make the most of some tasty veggies. These leafy greens are rich in vitamins and minerals that can help lower your blood pressure – helping build that healthy brain-heart connection. Check out the full recipe here.

 
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Have a brain healthy recipe you’d like to share? Send us a note - we’d love to hear from you!

 
Madeleine Boudreau