The Brain Food Blog
Inspiration, ideas and overviews of the latest in brain food, mental health and what we’re up to.
Grilled Whole Trout in Parchment Paper with Garlic Broccoli Cooking fish in parchment paper is a simple and elegant way to enjoy whole cooked fish. Whole fish in the market tend to stay fresher longer compared to the filets, and the meat easily falls away from the...read more
Over the past few decades, science has confirmed what many religious, philosophical, and cultural traditions have emphasized for centuries: Gratitude improves your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. Simply put: Gratitude is a virtue worth cultivating. While...read more
When it comes to keeping New Year’s Resolutions, the odds are not in your favor. Research shows about 92 percent of resolutions collapse. Keeping resolutions has even become something of a joke: Nobody even expects to keep them, and some people resolve to forgo...read more
It was great to join Carson Daly at Today Show this week to discuss foods that can impact both anxiety and depression. You can watch the clip from the Today Show and also check out my recently published study in the Journal of World Psychiatry, Antidepressant foods:...read more
Last week I had the privilege to sit down with some of the women from Sakara to talk about my love of plants, and why they are so important. You can check out the interview...read more
In honor of Kale Day 2018 approaching, I wanted to share one of my favorite simple recipes from my book, 50 Shades of Kale. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family and I do! Roasted Kale Chips Ingredients: One 1½-pound bunch kale 1 tablespoon olive oil 1...read more