Archive for the ‘Brain Healthy Food & Nutrition’ Category
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 […]
What does Tom Brady actually eat? A recently published interview with Tom Brady’s personal chef prompts us to explore the fundamentals of Brady’s diet that every senior should incorporate into their own diet to promote brain health
What is the difference between the MIND diet, the DASH Diet and the Mediterranean Diet? Oldway’s Kelly Toups explains.
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.
Senior Living Residences’ chefs are constantly raising the culinary bar of our Grab Your Passport program which takes residents on a virtual trip across the globe through arts, education and cuisine. […]
Dark Chocolate’s benefit for the brain is both direct, and indirect through improved heart and blood sugar-related health. Clinical research trials suggest that dark chocolate and pure cocoa are as powerful as tea, red wine and berries in enhancing some aspects of heart health.
In honor of Mediterranean Diet Month I’d like to highlight an exciting study on the Mediterranean Diet that has been getting lots of press conference recently.