foods for healthy brain

Mental health is crucial to personal well-being, family and interpersonal relationships and contribution to community or society.  Nutrition plays a major role helping the mind mend itself.  We are what we eat.  Edward Stanley said, those who think they have no time for healthy eating, will sooner or later have to find time for illness.  Many common health problems can be prevented or alleviated with a healthy selection of food. For instance, peaches can enhance in calming anxiety and promoting a good night’s sleep. They’re also said to contain ingredients that help fight cancer cells and improve your complexion.  Eating blueberries help increase energy and brain function. They can also help in boosting your mood.  The way a person eats, thinks and feels about themselves will greatly affect their spirit. 

Simply belonging to a team or group of supporters, can make a world of difference.  Social support involves providing practical help around the social dimensions of a person’s well-being such as friends and family.   A persons growth can be bonded stronger being surrounded by like minded positive people.  Did you know? Individuals with negative mindset are more likely prone to illnesses. The mind is an extraordinary ‘Universe.‘  Everybody and anybody can encourage people with proper guidance as well as provide support.  Being  an advocate on better living teaches people how to support one another. As the saying states, Dare to dream! Self knowledge will positively change your life.


5-9 servings of Fruits & Vegetableshttp://atcshan.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/vegetables.jpg

(emphasis on Vegetables)

The high fiber content of whole fruits and vegetables helps balance the blood sugar of your body. Avoiding the ups and downs in blood sugar is key to nurturing your brain.


The phytonutrient, live enzyme and vitamin content of these foods not only feed the brain, but protect the brain from damaging free-radicals with their amazing antioxidant power.

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