Bananas are not only tasty; they possess nutrients that may help support memory and mood. Go ahead and eat a banana or two today! What's your favorite 'go to' food? Visit this article on AARP® Staying Sharp for more brain health content.
There’s a lot of information online regarding how foods affect people with diabetes, and I encourage you to research this issue before deciding whether to add bananas to your diet. It’s always best to consult with your doctor for specific individual needs, and I’m glad you’ve done so. Best, Margaret
Organic whole walnuts are a tasty and healthy treat by themselves or in dishes that I prepare. I use them in everything from salads to oatmeal. Try it sometime. You’ll be glad you found a new favorite!
How about Chia Seeds? Did you know these tiny seeds can help your system? I grind them up and put them in my green smoothies, my chia pancakes, can take the place of flaxseed in recipes.
These seeds raise your good cholesterol, omegas, they are high in protein, increase your energy levels, boosts your moods and builds bones, because it has phosphorus and magnesium. Plus, it helps with your digestion and blood sugar levels.
So, why not check out some great recipes with Chia Seeds, remember to get organic!