Though you may think that food only affects your physical health, experts know that what you eat impacts every system of your body…including your brain. Food can stimulate the brain and deliver vital nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals that not only help increase memory and brain function but can protect against cognitive decline as well. If you tend to lose your keys on a daily basis or are always forgetting important details, you’ll want to add these foods to your diet to sharpen your memory today.
Faced with shut down restaurants and the new term “social distancing,” many people are having to exercise their home-cooking muscles and break out little-used pots and pans. If you don’t spend much time in the kitchen or your days are filled to the brim, you’ll love these simple, easy-to-understand recipes that use many ingredients you likely already have on hand.
Grapefruit is one of the most underrated, yet deliciously tart citrus fruits out there. This pink fruit can brighten up any summer day with it’s refreshing, crisp flavor. Plus, it is loaded with tons of health benefits that you may not even know about. While you may only have ever eaten grapefruit with a sprinkling of sugar and a spoon, here are eight creative ways to incorporate this fruit into your diet, and why you should!
As you scroll through Instagram, you’ll see plenty of brightly colored sushi dishes and the happy, eager faces that go along with them. It’s no secret that the world, particularly Asia, the Americas, and Europe LOVES sushi, but at what cost?