“Everything that you put into your body and mind matters.”
The Raeda Group, PLLC understands that good nutrition and dietary habits are just as important to mental health as stress management, physical activity, and regular quality sleep. A good “brain diet” can improve thinking, concentration, and energy level. Furthermore, various brain foods can protect against cognitive decline and even increase brain communication by creating new brain cells. The long-term benefits of a healthy diet are available to you as long as it’s maintained. Maintenance of a healthy diet requires a lifestyle commitment for the entire family.
You can start with these ten simple ways to improve your diet:
The Raeda Group, PLLC understands the importance that diet has on energy level. Here are five nutritional tips to help manage your low energy levels:
Recipe by Gimme Some Oven
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
Carefully cut the potatoes into 1/4" thin matchsticks, or to your desired thickness and length. Place potatoes a large bowl, and toss with the oil, salt, garlic powder, pepper and cayenne until the potatoes are evenly coated. Spread out the potatoes out in a single layer on a parchment-covered baking sheet. (If your baking sheet is small, you may need to use two.)
Cook for 15-20 minutes, flipping the fries once or twice during that time so that they cook evenly. (Cooking times will vary based on the size and thickness of your fries.) Remove once the edges slightly begin to brown and fries begin to crisp. Immediately sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and parsley, and toss briefly to combine. Serve warm.
Please feel free to browse past recipes for culinary inspiration.
September: Chicken Avocado Burritos
August: Healthy Peach Ice Cream
July: Avocado Macaroni
April: Zucchini Lasagna Rolls
February: Lemon Parmesan Salmon
December: Chocolate Berry Crisp
November: Crispy Asian Brussel Sprouts
October: Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn
September: Baked Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
July: Summer Pasta
June: Fresh Market Slaw