The Brain Boost Diet Plan by Christine Bailey
A new book, released in the New Year, explains the foods we need to eat for optimal brain health. I cook from it and report back.
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Our brains are highly complex, and it's no wonder that we've recognised that some foods might benefit the brain and help it work efficiently, while others might not. Christine has come up with a 4-week diet plan that contains 100 recipes that are all low in sugar, gluten free and contain ingredients that are thought to help with brain function.
|The Hot-Smoked Salmon, Pancetta and Dill Pesto Tart|
|Mediterranean Red Rice Salad|
The meal plans for 4 weeks are set out for you, too, meaning you don't have to think about what to eat on what day - you can just give your brain (and your body) a kick start for a month and follow the advice and plan given. And, once you've filled your body with these nourishing foods, I can tell you that you won't want to eat any other way.
|Feta, Herb and Olive Muffins|
If you're concerned about your brain health (and, let's face it, it applies to all of us) and your body, have a look at the book, which is available on Amazon here. Although I haven't followed the 4-week plan (yet!) this will be a book I'll be coming back to again and again and adding recipes to our weekly meal plan.
Check out the book here.