Simple changes to our undefined diet can have a positive or negative impact on our health. Check out this great picture of good and bad brain foods.
Why not try swapping a bad food item for a good one? A simple change such as this if maintained with benefit you, if you found this easy enough why not try to change one thing about your diet and lifestyle every month?
I offer my patients personalised dietary and lifestyle advice – sometimes there can be pages of information for them, but I only ask that they change one thing at a time until it becomes second nature – this way it is more than likely to become part of their everyday lifestyle and gradually they will be healthier than before. It doesn’t seem quite as overwhelming to swap table salt for sea salt, or cows milk for coconut or almond milk.
When reducing grains in our diet, cut back by one pasta meal a week and serve the delicious sauce with roasted vegetables for a delicious and nutritious alternative – it is easy to get your five a day when you plate is loaded with delicious roasted vegetables 🙂