Posts by Oldways

  • Leafy green vegetables, such as kale, spinach, Swiss chard, and collard greens, are a central component of brain healthy cooking. In fact, in a study of more than 950 older […]

    What You Need to Know About Leafy Greens & Coumadin

    By Oldways
    Published June 8, 2016 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    Leafy green vegetables, such as kale, spinach, Swiss chard, and collard greens, are a central component of brain healthy cooking. In fact, in a study of more than 950 older […]

  •   Like breakfasts in many parts of the world, breakfasts in the Mediterranean vary depending on the day of the week. On the weekend, breakfast (or brunch) is an opportunity […]

    Mediterranean Breakfasts

    By Oldways
    Published April 8, 2016 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
      Like breakfasts in many parts of the world, breakfasts in the Mediterranean vary depending on the day of the week. On the weekend, breakfast (or brunch) is an opportunity […]

  • Satisfy your sweet tooth over the holidays with tasty Mediterranean desserts. Mediterranean treats often add healthy ingredients with delicious results. Many feature nuts, either folded in or sprinkled on top, or fruit, fresh or dried, for example.

    Mediterranean Desserts

    By Oldways
    Published December 29, 2015 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    Satisfy your sweet tooth over the holidays with tasty Mediterranean desserts. Mediterranean treats often add healthy ingredients with delicious results. Many feature nuts, either folded in or sprinkled on top, or fruit, fresh or dried, for example.

  • What is the difference between the MIND diet, the DASH Diet and the Mediterranean Diet? Oldway's Kelly Toups explains.

    “MIND” Diet and Mediterranean Diet: Similar Foods, Similar Brain Benefits

    By Oldways
    Published August 27, 2015 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    What is the difference between the MIND diet, the DASH Diet and the Mediterranean Diet? Oldway's Kelly Toups explains.

  • Nuts have been an important source of protein in the Mediterranean diet for thousands of years. Nuts native to the temperate climate of the Mediterranean region include: Almonds, Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Pine nuts, Pistachios, and Walnuts

    Let’s Go Nuts!

    By Oldways
    Published August 4, 2015 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    Nuts have been an important source of protein in the Mediterranean diet for thousands of years. Nuts native to the temperate climate of the Mediterranean region include: Almonds, Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Pine nuts, Pistachios, and Walnuts

  • Before chocolate, before bread, and before butter, there was cheese.  Discover some cheeses of the Mediterranean including Halloumi, Feta and Labane. To find even more delicious Mediterranean recipes please visit:   Mediterranean Foods Alliance (MFA)

    Traditional Mediterranean Cheese

    By Oldways
    Published July 14, 2015 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    Before chocolate, before bread, and before butter, there was cheese. Discover some cheeses of the Mediterranean including Halloumi, Feta and Labane. To find even more delicious Mediterranean recipes please visit: Mediterranean Foods Alliance (MFA)

  • There are numerous scientific studies to support the idea that diet, and a Mediterranean Diet in particular, can mitigate the negative effects of aging, such as chronic disease, frailty, cognitive impairment, and depression. Read on for a summary of some recent nutrition science research, and check out the health studies page on the Oldways website to learn more.

    Successful Aging with the Mediterranean Diet

    By Oldways
    Published February 20, 2015 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    There are numerous scientific studies to support the idea that diet, and a Mediterranean Diet in particular, can mitigate the negative effects of aging, such as chronic disease, frailty, cognitive impairment, and depression. Read on for a summary of some recent nutrition science research, and check out the health studies page on the Oldways website to learn more.

  • The Mediterranean Diet emphasizes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, herbs, spices, and seafood and can help seniors enjoy increased mental acuteness and higher energy levels, plus it aids in resisting disease and improves the immune system.

    Eating Well with a Mediterranean Diet

    By Oldways
    Published May 7, 2014 Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition
    The Mediterranean Diet emphasizes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, herbs, spices, and seafood and can help seniors enjoy increased mental acuteness and higher energy levels, plus it aids in resisting disease and improves the immune system.

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