TOP 8 Foods to Prevent Alzheimer’s

22 February, 2017 , , , ,

Leafy Green Veggies

Spinach and Nut Patties

Spinach and Nut Patties

 

Without doubt, vegetables, particularly leafy green vegetables (kale, cabbage, broccoli, broccolini, etc.) should be part of your diet. We recommend eating at least one portion (1/2 – 1 cup, depending on the food) of leafy green vegetables every day. They’re a good source of several vitamins and minerals, specifically the B vitamin folate, which is important for red blood-cell health, among other things.

Why not try these Spinach and Nut Patties? They’re a fun way to include more green vegetables into your diet 🙂

Berries

We often hear blueberries being talked about, by, among others, Dr. Richard Béliveau, but all berries contain an impressive amount of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. In the top spots, blueberries (of course!), cranberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries and cherries, but also all the lesser-known wild berries like blackcurrants, bilberries, sea buckthorn berry, lingonberry and sour cherries.

Berries don’t just make a fabulous dessert, they can also be included in your main meal, like in the Mixed Greens and Strawberry Salad, Duck Cutlet in a Raspberry Sauce, or Fruit and Couscous Salad.

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Jef L'Ecuyer

Jef L’Ecuyer

Registered Dietitian, RD at SOScuisine.com

Member of the Quebec College of Dietitians (OPDQ) and Dietitians of Canada,Jef graduated from McGill University in December 2014. Recently graduated and passionate about culinary arts, Jef poses a simple, effective and practical look at daily meal planning. With this in mind, she works in conjunction with the mission of SOSCuisine…

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