October Kitchen - October 2022


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Did you know that our brain, diet and mental health are connected? If you are making good dietary choices, it will lead to an increase in mental health. However, if you aren’t making proper choices, it could lead to a decline. Incorporating more brain food in your diet can benefit your brain and body’s performance in many ways. Here are four brain foods you can incorporate into your diet today. Fermented Foods Fermentation is the ancient practice of preserving food so it will last without refrigeration. These foods combine milk, vegetables and other raw ingredients with yeast. Fermented foods are great at enhancing your gut health and decreasing anxiety. Because fermented foods will benefit your gut, they will also support your immune response, improve digestion and manage weight. Spices Not only do spices add flavor to your meals, but they also have antioxidant properties. Researchers discovered that cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cardamom have several beneficial effects on your brain. Some spices can boost your mood, while others reduce inflammation, sharpen your memory, reduce stress, improve sleep and help protect brain cells. Walnuts Nuts are a great source of protein and healthy fats. But there is one nut that benefits your brain the most: walnuts. They have anti- inflammatory, antioxidant effects and omega-3 fatty acids that help improve your thinking and memory. Walnuts are great for older adults because of all of the cognitive benefits they contain. Coincidentally, the nut somewhat looks like a brain! Leafy Greens These greens contain vitamin E, carotenoids and flavonoids, which are nutrients that help protect against dementia and cognitive decline. Leafy greens also have a natural form of vitamin B9, which helps with red blood cell formations. So, add some kale, spinach, collards or broccoli into your meals. If you have difficulty eating greens, add them to smoothies for easier consumption. Here at October Kitchen, we aim to feed people nutritious and delicious meals. Our dishes will make your stomach and brain happy with our mouth-watering and healthy meals. So, try one of our meals today. Your tastebuds and brain will thank you later. MORE THAN YOUR BODY IT ALSO HELPS YOUR BRAIN!

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