Cinnamon foods – The Cinnamon Hollow http://thecinnamonhollow.biz/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 05:02:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile.png Cinnamon foods – The Cinnamon Hollow http://thecinnamonhollow.biz/ 32 32 5 foods that lower blood pressure and support heart health https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/5-foods-that-lower-blood-pressure-and-support-heart-health/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:13:52 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/5-foods-that-lower-blood-pressure-and-support-heart-health/ Healthy, balanced meals are essential for lowering blood pressure and maintaining good heart health. New Delhi: Diet plays an important role in heart health. Various studies have been conducted around the world suggesting that certain foods in your daily diet, especially those high in specific nutrients like iron, protein, potassium, and magnesium, lower your blood […]]]>

Healthy, balanced meals are essential for lowering blood pressure and maintaining good heart health.

New Delhi: Diet plays an important role in heart health. Various studies have been conducted around the world suggesting that certain foods in your daily diet, especially those high in specific nutrients like iron, protein, potassium, and magnesium, lower your blood pressure.
High and uncontrolled blood pressure puts you at risk for heart disease, stroke, and even kidney failure.

According to health experts, more than one billion people in the world suffer from high blood pressure, known as systolic blood pressure with values ​​of 130 mm Hg or more, and diastolic blood pressure of more than 80 mmHg.

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We look at some foods that can help and how to incorporate them into the diet for a healthy life.

  1. citrus fruits: Citrus fruits are a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals that significantly help maintain blood pressure. Oranges, lemons, pineapples and grapefruits contain antioxidants called flavonoids which control blood pressure.
  2. Natural yogurt: Yogurt is a fermented milk product. It helps lower systolic and arterial blood pressure, while maintaining gut health. Heart patients should consume unsweetened yogurt without added sugar for maximum benefits.
  3. Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a powerful spice that not only enhances the flavor of food but also keeps blood pressure in check. According to doctors, daily consumption of about 2-3 grams of cinnamon can significantly reduce blood pressure, while maintaining it.
  4. Lentils and legumes: Packed with good protein, legumes and lentils should be added to every meal to support heart health. These legumes help control cholesterol levels and provide the fiber needed to maintain a healthy heart.
  5. Many people also eat lentils as an alternative to red meats like beef and add them to salads and soups to enhance the flavor of foods.
  6. Garlic: With antibiotic and antifungal properties, garlic is a superfood. It contains an active ingredient called allicin which helps reduce blood pressure and stiffness in the arteries and maintain optimal cholesterol levels.

Disclaimer: The tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or dietitian before starting any fitness program or making any changes to your diet.

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Comfort foods from around the world https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/comfort-foods-from-around-the-world/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 18:47:00 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/comfort-foods-from-around-the-world/ Congee, or rice porridge, probably first appeared during the Zhou Dynasty in China around 1000 BC. Food52). The word now associated with the dish, congee, comes from the South Asian Tamil language. But there are many different words in several cultures that refer to the dish. For example, in Cantonese it is jūk, and in […]]]>

Congee, or rice porridge, probably first appeared during the Zhou Dynasty in China around 1000 BC. Food52). The word now associated with the dish, congee, comes from the South Asian Tamil language. But there are many different words in several cultures that refer to the dish. For example, in Cantonese it is jūk, and in Mandarin it is zhōu, according to post magazine. Many people remember their mothers making them congee when they were sick because it’s easy to digest, but it’s also traditionally served for breakfast in many places or as a light midday meal (via SBS).

When Linda Gao first moved from her home from Australia to the UK, she was led to teach herself how to make congee like her mother had when she was growing up. In SBS, she described that even today, eating congee “feels like meeting an old friend.” Gao likened the dish to reuniting with an old friend with whom it seems like no time has passed even though you haven’t seen each other for a long time.

The basic recipe is rice boiled in water, but variations abound. Rice can be boiled in cow’s milk or coconut milk. Or another grain or legume could be substituted for or mixed with the rice. It can be served plain with accompaniments, such as eggs or pickled vegetables. Or things could be added to the broth, such as broth, chicken, fish, vegetables, and herbs (via food 52).

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Know Your Farmer at Rogue Artisan Foods, courtesy of Savor https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/know-your-farmer-at-rogue-artisan-foods-courtesy-of-savor/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 17:02:00 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/know-your-farmer-at-rogue-artisan-foods-courtesy-of-savor/ The local food movement encourages people to eat food that doesn’t travel far to their table and to get to know the farmers who grow it. It’s an easy feat with Rogue Artisan Foodsbased on a seven-acre farm in the Applegate Valley. Flavor, our food segment, focuses on the operation in this month’s session. Will […]]]>

The local food movement encourages people to eat food that doesn’t travel far to their table and to get to know the farmers who grow it.

It’s an easy feat with Rogue Artisan Foodsbased on a seven-acre farm in the Applegate Valley. Flavor, our food segment, focuses on the operation in this month’s session. Will Smithfood stylist and segment producer, welcomes Gilly Gifford shortsthe co-owner of RAF with her husband Evan.

She knows farm-to-table food, with experience in kitchens and farms on two continents.

We get the story on his farm produce and get a new Will in Savor recipe for June.

Birria Goat Tacos
Use it as a taco filling or serve it over rice as a stew.
4 tablespoons oil divided
1 white onion diced
8 minced garlic cloves
1 teaspoon of cumin
2 teaspoons of oregano
1 teaspoon chili powder (I like chipotle powder for a smokier flavor)
2 tsp coriander
2 cinnamon sticks
14.5 oz tomatoes (I like the fire roasted type)
3-4 cup beef broth
3-4 lbs of goat meat in pieces
6 dried chiles, New Mexico, guajillo, ancho or pasilla, stemmed and seeded
Small corn tortillas
Your choice for toppings, salsa, cheese, chopped onion or shallot, pickled onions, cilantro are just a few.

-Heat the oil in a Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add onion, garlic and spices, sauté until onion is tender and spices are fragrant. Stir in tomatoes and broth. Remove from fire.
-In another pan add the rest of the oil and brown the meat, season with salt and pepper. Once golden, add to the Dutch oven.
-Clean the pan and toast the chiles in the pan until fragrant and golden.
-Place in a Dutch oven and cook for 2-2 ½ hours, until the meat is tender and falls apart easily.
-Remove the meat to a plate and allow the stew to cool.
-Purée in batches and return to a Dutch oven, replacing the meat.
-Allow to warm and the flavors to marry.

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Frugal Foods: Spend Less — Get More https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/frugal-foods-spend-less-get-more/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 19:51:06 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/frugal-foods-spend-less-get-more/ One topic everyone is talking about is higher food prices. So it’s become even more important to find ways to make the most of your grocery budget. Building meals based on the cheapest and healthiest foods is one way to cut costs while providing good nutrition for our families. Let’s take a look at some […]]]>

One topic everyone is talking about is higher food prices. So it’s become even more important to find ways to make the most of your grocery budget. Building meals based on the cheapest and healthiest foods is one way to cut costs while providing good nutrition for our families. Let’s take a look at some of these so-called “frugal foods.”

The following foods are some of the cheapest, tastiest, and healthiest foods. They deliver great taste while packing a nutritious punch. Try them for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

Apples and bananas. They are an ideal on-the-go snack. Both are satisfying and a sweet nutritional powerhouse, which can be eaten raw or cooked in a variety of ways. Eat one on its own or add it to salads, desserts and baked goods.

Beans. Beans offer dietary fiber, protein, and antioxidants that help fight disease. Canned beans cost around 30-35 cents per serving (maybe more now). Dried varieties that you cook yourself cost even less. Serve them as a main dish or as a healthy addition to a soup or salad. Keep them handy for packing in brown bags and for preparing quick meals.

Brown rice. With a slight nutty flavor, brown rice is a fiber-rich whole grain that is more nutritious than white rice. Brown rice can be served with cinnamon and milk for breakfast, used to complement a variety of entrees, and as a flavorful addition to soups, stews, casseroles, and salads.

Canned tomatoes. Canned tomatoes make an excellent base for countless main dishes, dips, sauces, soups, stews and chilies. Tomatoes are rich in vitamin C and lycopene (two healthy antioxidants). Buy them without added salt if possible.

Canned tuna. Tuna offers high protein content at low cost. The versatile fish is a source of vitamin D, low in calories and fat, and lends itself to sandwich fillings, salads, and main course casseroles. Tuna is also a good source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

Eggs. Eggs are a relatively inexpensive high-protein food. Boiled, fried or scrambled, eggs cook quickly. They are perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For variety, try the French toast, huevos rancheros or egg salad.

Skimmed milk. A natural convenience food, fat-free milk offers a healthy dose of vitamin D, calcium, protein and potassium. Milk is important for building and maintaining healthy bones. Serve skim milk as a drink with meals and snacks, and use it in soups, smoothies and desserts.

Kale. Kale is one of the cheapest green vegetables you will find. Kale is easy to serve sautéed with a small amount of vegetable oil and garlic, lightly steamed, or as a colorful addition to salads. Kale is even good used as a topping on homemade pizza or in green smoothies.

Potatoes. White potatoes and sweet potatoes are satisfying and rich in dietary fiber, vitamin C and potassium. They can be baked, grilled, steamed, mashed, pan-fried or oven-fried, roasted or added to soups, stews and casseroles.

Oatmeal. At just a few cents per cup, rolled oats are a heart-healthy whole grain with four grams of dietary fiber. Oatmeal also offers complex carbohydrates that break down slowly to provide long-lasting energy and stave off mid-morning hunger. A hot-cooked perennial grain, oats can also be included in foods such as breakfast bars, breads, rolls, cakes, cookies, meatloaf and more.

Need to get the most out of your food dollars? Building meals and snacks around these “frugal foods” helps ensure good nutrition for your family while allowing you to spend less on your grocery trip.

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The Weird and Wonderful Star Wars Foods Made Jewish https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/the-weird-and-wonderful-star-wars-foods-made-jewish/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 06:00:35 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/the-weird-and-wonderful-star-wars-foods-made-jewish/ Delve deeper into iconic Star Wars foods. The new Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series premiered on Disney Plus on May 27, 2022. With much fanfare and excitement for the new show, I wanted to dive into some of the most iconic foods from the Star Wars movies and the expanded universe and focus on connecting with […]]]>

Delve deeper into iconic Star Wars foods.

The new Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series premiered on Disney Plus on May 27, 2022. With much fanfare and excitement for the new show, I wanted to dive into some of the most iconic foods from the Star Wars movies and the expanded universe and focus on connecting with some of my favorite Jewish and Israeli foods.

green milk

How can anyone forget the crude scene in The Last Jedi where Luke Skywalker drank fresh green milk straight from the source, from the Thala-Sirens.

If you weren’t able to catch a Thala Mermaid to refresh it, don’t worry. During the war between the First Order and the Resistance, green milk was imported to the Bubo Wamba family farms on the planet Batuu for people to drink.

Mark Hamill later revealed that the liquid was actually coconut milk which had been colored in post-production. So he never had the chance to try the real thing.

Luckily for him and many other Star Wars fans, Sacleb, a Middle Eastern milk pudding, is an equally thick drink traditionally made from ground orchid bulbs, milk and rose water and is often topped with pistachios, cinnamon and other nuts to give it a slightly green tint.

Considered to have originated in the Middle East and Turkey in the Middle Ages, Sacleb was such a popular drink that orchids nearly disappeared from lands under Ottoman control.

You can do it yourself with cornstarch and this recipe.

Root stew

When Yoda brought Luke some homemade root leaf stew before his first Jedi lesson, I’m sure many of us were interested in how we could get our hands on a bowl. Crafted from “yarum seeds, mushroom spores, galla seeds and sohli bark” that Yoda collected from the swampy area near his humble home in Dagobah, you might find it a bit difficult to recover by yourself.

New York Times food critic Craig Claiborne created his own version with lamb, ginger and chilies.

When I think of hearty stews that can fill my Jedi belly, I suggest grabbing a bowl of hot Sephardic Hamin, a nighttime stew typically served on Shabbat. Hamin, with beef or lamb (but easily omitted for vegetarians), chickpeas, rice, beans and LOTS of spices simmers slowly for several hours until the meat becomes tender and delicious and all the flavors blend together.

Get the recipe from Hamin here.

Dex’s Dinner Sandwich

Dex’s Diner is a memorable location in Attack of the Clones mainly because it was a change of scenery from all the high-society brilliance of the planet Coruscant. Obi-Wan Kenobi went there for some street level information, but refused to try their Shawda Club Sandwich. Which, on the face of it, is a thick, two-layered steak sandwich so big it would be impossible to eat without a fork and knife (or lightsaber).

Most Jews are no strangers to huge mountains of meat piled on bread. The Jewish Deli sandwich is the epitome of Jewish food pioneered by legendary New York delis like Katz’s and New York’s 2nd Ave Deli.

With two- and three-decker options like Pastrami, Corned Beef, Roast Beef and more, it’s not hard to see why this delicious sandwich has made its way to a galaxy far, far away. Let’s hope there’s a cardiologist on Coruscant.

Get the recipe for making your own deli sandwich on top, a Rubenesque!

The Canteen Special

Few places are as magical as the Mos Eisly Cantina shown in “Star Wars: A New Hope.”

Who could forget when Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi first met Han Solo and his adorable partner Wookie Chewbacca.

According to a short story from the Star Wars Expanded Universe, we learn that after Sol shot and killed bounty hunter Greedo, the Cantina bartender took the Rodian’s corpse and used it to infuse liquor.

Now, we may not know of any infused liquor from Greedo. But Gat is awfully close.

Gat or khat juice is a banned drink in the US and UK. However, it is legal in Israel where it is easy to find both the chewy leaves and the pungent juice.

Known for its green color and powerful stimulant effects to increase alertness and euphoria, Gat has been compared to cocaine.

Chewing gat leaves is an age-old custom. It was introduced to Israel by Yemeni Jews who immigrated en masse in 1949 and 1950, bringing with them the tradition of chewing Gat leaves. Uzi-Eli, the Etrogman (pictured above), popularized his EtroGat juice in Jerusalem’s Machaneh Yehudah market.

Gat is often “juiced” to create the popular drink found throughout Israel.

So if you’re out of Greedo-Liqeur, buzz Gat.

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Huy Fong Foods’ Sriracha Production Faces Chilli Shortage https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/huy-fong-foods-sriracha-production-faces-chilli-shortage/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 16:37:19 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/huy-fong-foods-sriracha-production-faces-chilli-shortage/ Over the past two years we have seen what seems like a frightening amount of shortages. Shortages of cream cheese, chocolate and chicken have all made national headlines. Empty shelves in grocery stores have become a recurring news item. And now, the latest news on the shortage may hurt the hearts of many hot sauce […]]]>

Over the past two years we have seen what seems like a frightening amount of shortages. Shortages of cream cheese, chocolate and chicken have all made national headlines. Empty shelves in grocery stores have become a recurring news item. And now, the latest news on the shortage may hurt the hearts of many hot sauce lovers: Sriracha is currently in short supply due to an “unprecedented” chilli shortage.

Huy Fong Foods, the maker of the hugely popular sriracha brand, said shortages of the chili peppers it uses to make the hot sauce have actually been a problem for two years, but production recently hit an all-time high, according to a letter the company issued to buyers. The company confirmed the bad news in a statement obtained by Food & Winesaying it now faces an “unprecedented shortage” of its products.

“We are still working to resolve this issue which has [been] caused by several spiraling events, including an unexpected crop failure of the spring chili crop,” the company said, according to the report. “We look forward to a successful fall season and thank our customers for their patience and continued support during this difficult time.

Unfortunately, struggling chili crops won’t just affect Huy Fong Foods’ sriracha production. There is also a chance that we will also see low stocks of his Chili Garlic and Sambal Oelek.

Since the shortage warning letter in April, the company has been urging buyers not to “promise” any product to customers unless they have the product in stock. If sriracha stocks evaporate, it’s likely sriracha fans won’t see shelves restocked until fall 2022, as Huy Fong Foods said it would start fulfilling orders again after Labor Day.

Janae Price is an editor at Thrillist. She’s originally from New York and loves all things cheese, K-pop, and culture. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @janae_larie.

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11 fat-burning foods to eat in the summer https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/11-fat-burning-foods-to-eat-in-the-summer/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 05:44:23 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/11-fat-burning-foods-to-eat-in-the-summer/ Homemade salsa is a refreshing summer fat-burning food Weight loss can be a long and bumpy journey. What we eat, how often we exercise, and our lifestyle all play a crucial role in our weight loss journey. One factor that might go unnoticed is the weather. The weather can significantly influence our weight and weight […]]]>

Homemade salsa is a refreshing summer fat-burning food

Weight loss can be a long and bumpy journey. What we eat, how often we exercise, and our lifestyle all play a crucial role in our weight loss journey. One factor that might go unnoticed is the weather. The weather can significantly influence our weight and weight loss.

As you may know, this summer can be the most beneficial time for you if you want to lose weight. Sun exposure and hot weather can also help you lose weight through continued sweating and other factors. In this article, we discuss the best fat burning foods to add to your diet if you want to lose weight this summer.

11 fat-burning foods to add to your diet this summer:

1. Yogurt

Yogurt is known for its nutritional value and refreshing taste. It is rich in protein which helps in weight loss and also cools down the body unlike other high protein foods.

2. Peppers

Peppers are an excellent source of vitamins. Vitamins help the body absorb protein. Bell peppers contain more vitamin C than oranges.

3. Salsa

Salsa is another refreshing food that is full of nutritious vegetables like tomatoes, onions, cilantro, lemon, etc.

4. Iced green tea

Drinking coffee and green tea is often encouraged if you are trying to lose weight. Both of these drinks help boost metabolism and increase energy levels. Drinking hot beverages in the summer can be tricky, which makes iced green tea an ideal beverage.

5. Watermelon

92% of a watermelon is made up of water. This makes this food low in calories and also helps you maintain good water intake. These two factors help burn fat faster.

6. Cucumbers

Similar to watermelon, cucumbers are also high in water and fiber. They help the body burn fat without increasing body temperature.

7. Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a great flavoring ingredient and contains a component called cinnamaldehyde which has been shown to prevent weight gain and also helps the body burn fat cells.

8. Leafy greens

Leafy green vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, lettuce, kale, cauliflower, etc. oblongs to the cruciferous vegetable family and are very rich in nutrients. They are low in calories, high in nutrients and high in water, making them an ideal addition to your summer weight loss diet.

9. Citrus

As stated above, a diet rich in vitamins is important to help the body absorb protein. Citrus fruits are rich in water and nutrients.

10. Hummus

Hummus is made from chickpeas. Chickpeas are an excellent source of protein in the summer because unlike other protein-rich foods, they do not heat up the body.

11. Berries

Berries are rich in various nutrients and antioxidants. They also have a high water content, which makes them low in calories.

In conclusion, keeping a close eye on your diet and the weather can dramatically speed up your weight loss journey. Along with this, make sure to exercise regularly to help burn excess fat. Although these foods burn fat, weight loss can only be achieved through a combination of proper diet and workouts.

Disclaimer: This content, including advice, provides generic information only. It does not in any way replace qualified medical advice. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim any responsibility for this information.

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8 Best Foods to Lower (or Regulate) Your Blood Sugar https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/8-best-foods-to-lower-or-regulate-your-blood-sugar/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 05:13:15 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/8-best-foods-to-lower-or-regulate-your-blood-sugar/ If you have diabetes, we know how difficult it can be to manage your diet and control your blood sugar. Some foods increase while others decrease blood sugar. Many people go through years of trial and error before they find out what works for them. Fortunately, thanks to years of scientific discoveries, we have been […]]]>

If you have diabetes, we know how difficult it can be to manage your diet and control your blood sugar. Some foods increase while others decrease blood sugar. Many people go through years of trial and error before they find out what works for them. Fortunately, thanks to years of scientific discoveries, we have been able to guess which foods are better than others.

1. Broccoli

Sulforaphane is a type of isothiocyanate that has blood sugar lowering properties.

This plant chemical is produced when broccoli is chopped or chewed due to a reaction between a glucosinolate compound called glucoraphanin and the enzyme myrosinase, both of which are concentrated in broccoli.

2. Seafood

Seafood, including fish and shellfish, provides a valuable source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help regulate blood sugar.

Protein is essential for blood sugar control. It helps slow digestion and prevent blood sugar spikes after meals, while increasing feelings of fullness. Plus, it can help prevent overeating and promote excessive body fat loss, both of which are essential for healthy blood sugar levels. A high intake of fatty fish like salmon and sardines has been shown to help improve blood sugar regulation.

3. Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds

Brightly colored and rich in fiber and antioxidants, pumpkin is an excellent choice for blood sugar regulation. In fact, pumpkin is used as a traditional remedy for diabetes in many countries like Mexico and Iran.

4. Tasty and low-calorie drinks

Plain water is always good, but water infused with fruits and vegetables is more interesting. Cut a lemon or a cucumber and put it in your water, or make ice cubes with a little flavoring.

If you’re not a hot tea drinker, try cold tea with lemon or a cinnamon stick.

5. Melon or berries

Did you know that a cup of either contains only 15 grams of carbs?

“It’s a bit more expensive, but it’s a healthy treat packed with nutrients and fiber, and it’s a little sweet,” Powers says.

For a different touch, mix the melon or berries with plain yogurt, or put them in ice cubes

6. Nuts

Nuts contain unsaturated fats, proteins and a range of vitamins and minerals which reduce cholesterol, inflammation and insulin resistance. According to a study published in the journal BMJ Open, you should include at least 50 grams of almonds, cashews, chestnuts, walnuts or pistachios in your daily diet to control high levels of blood fats (triglycerides) and of sugars.

7. Bitter Gourd (Karela)

Bitter gourd contains an insulin-like compound called polypeptide-p or p-insulin, which has been shown to naturally control diabetes. A report published in the Journal of Chemistry & Biology proves that bitter gourd consumption tends to increase glucose uptake and improves glycemic control.

8. Flax seeds

Flaxseeds are high in fiber and healthy fats and well known for their health benefits. Specifically, flaxseeds may help lower blood sugar levels.

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Expert Reveals Top 5 Foods for an Aging Brain: Take a Look https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/expert-reveals-top-5-foods-for-an-aging-brain-take-a-look/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 07:25:07 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/expert-reveals-top-5-foods-for-an-aging-brain-take-a-look/ Have you ever misplaced your keys or forgotten to pay a bill? If so, these are quite common, as most of us start forgetting things as we get older. Needless to say, brain health is an important topic that is increasingly important to our well-being. Our brain, as the control center of our body, plays […]]]>

Have you ever misplaced your keys or forgotten to pay a bill? If so, these are quite common, as most of us start forgetting things as we get older. Needless to say, brain health is an important topic that is increasingly important to our well-being. Our brain, as the control center of our body, plays an important role and, like our body, ages over time. There are, however, several ways to keep the brain healthy. Focusing on good nutrition is one of the most important ways to take care of your brain.

Dr. Uma Naidoo, nutritionist psychiatrist, has shared some foods that are best for an aging brain. Let’s take a look:

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Expert shares the best foods ‘for an aging brain’ https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/expert-shares-the-best-foods-for-an-aging-brain/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 10:20:00 +0000 https://thecinnamonhollow.biz/expert-shares-the-best-foods-for-an-aging-brain/ Just like the body, over time the brain can also begin aging if proper attention to improve one’s health is not given. Thus, experts suggest consuming certain foods that help protect the brain from disease, improve memory and focusand also keep it healthy and young. 🚨 Limited time offer | Express Premium with ad-lite for […]]]>

Just like the body, over time the brain can also begin aging if proper attention to improve one’s health is not given. Thus, experts suggest consuming certain foods that help protect the brain from disease, improve memory and focusand also keep it healthy and young.

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Nutritional psychiatrist Dr. Uma Naidoo previously shared some foods that are best for an aging brain. “Looking for the fountain of youth for your brain? Start including these foods in your diet to work towards a healthier brain and combat the many ways our brains can be harmed over time, including free radicals, decreased blood flow, and more. “, she wrote.

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Extra virgin olive oil

According to Dr. Naidoo, “Extra virgin olive oil is linked to a lower incidence of Alzheimer’s disease because it increases brain cell autophagy. Try mixed with Dijon mustard and apple cider vinegar for a “brain-healthy” salad dressing.

Spices

The Indians simply cannot do without their spices. But did you know they can help you improve brain health, too? “Turmeric with a pinch of black pepper, cinnamon, saffron, rosemary and ginger – all help support healthy brain aging and memory.”

Omega 3

“EPA and DHA are omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish like wild salmon that help protect the brain from aging. ALA, the omega 3 found in plant sources, like nuts and seeds, can be converted to EPA and DHA in small amounts,” she said.

Leafy greens

Leafy greens are rich in folate which is one of the most important vitamins for maintaining a healthy brain. “Foods like spinach, Swiss chard, arugula, and dandelion greens help maintain cognitive integrity as you age,” Dr. Naidoo explained.

rainbow of vegetables

Plant foods in different colors contain different brain-healthy nutrients and fibers. “Plant-based diets are consistently associated with cognitive longevity,” she said.

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