Brain Bulletin #109 - Six Summer Foods that Actually Make Our Brains Betterin Brain Bulletin
6. Tomatoes - Our brains loves tomatoes. Low in fat and calories, and high in fiber. Tomatoes are a terrific snack choice. Tomatoes contain lycopene which keeps our cognitive health high. And they improve skin, bone, and eye health!
There are, of course, lots of other "summer brain foods" like cantaloupe, avocado, cherries, all field berries, and so on. Come up with your own list of favourites, and try to eat at least one per day. Remember, every bite counts. Your brain will thank you for many years to come!
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It's been a while between this Brain Bulletin and the last one. Busy times. 47 presentations so far this year. It's an honour to work with so many different organizations. At the end of summer, I will be off to Sweden to keynote the Futuraskolan Annual Conference. I did this one six years ago, and I loved this group, so it's great to be back in Stockholm! Such an interesting city.
It's summer in the Pacific Northwest, and I'm out in nature a lot. I'm also getting in lots of cycling, reading, and tennis. And yard-work, after all gardening is good for the brain.I'm also pleased to announce that I have a new presentation available for organizations to book: Health & Safety with Your Brain in Mind
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