Brain Bulletin #105 - This Brain Food Leads to Weight Lossin Brain Bulletin
The food we eat today can improve our brain health for years to come.
Every bite we take matters. A lot.
"You can make decisions today that will give you more energy tomorrow. The right choices over time will greatly improve your odds of a long and healthy life." ~ Tom Rath
I've been eating a lot more cantaloupe this summer.
Here's why: Cantaloupe is a brain food, and a large cantaloupe contains just 232 calories. And, it's delicious and easy to prepare.
Cantaloupe is a good source of omega-3s for your brain, especially if the seeds are kept in the melon.
Consider these benefits as well:
(Source: Medical News Today)
Make cantaloupe a regular snack and your brain and body will thank you for years to come. If you want to make it even better add this "brain spice" :
Remember, when our good decisions outweigh our bad decisions we boost our chances of a long, healthy, energetic life.
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