Now that the holidays are over and the kiddos back in school, we can get back to a better routine, which, for many, includes getting back to eating a more healthy diet. Eating a better diet is not only good for your waste line, but also for your brain! And especially important for the growing brains of our children, and even more important for those brains that might be struggling with ADHD, anxiety, or other mental health issues.
Breakfast is a must for maturing brains. A brain healthy breakfast can include eggs, oatmeal, yogurt, or a smoothie. Be sure to include some super berries, like blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries.
For lunch, be sure to include some protein! Grilled chicken, yogurt, and peanut butter a good sources.
Fish and salads make a good dinner. Be sure to include lots of greens in your salad, along with olive oil, tomatoes, and walnuts. And be sure to add other vegetables.
Jessica Franklin has some ideas of how to incorporate these super foods into your youngster’s diet. Click here to read her article in Giggle Magazine.
A Brain Healthy Diet, along with Neurofeedback, proper exercise, and adequate sleep, can give your brain (or that of your child) Super Powers! #betterdiet #brainhealthydiet #Neurofeedback #betterbrain