What Is the Mind Diet?
Developed by Martha Clare Morris, american nutritional epidemiologist at RUMC (Rush University Medical Center), The MIND diet is a hybrid of the Mediterranean and DASH diets, It encourages the consumption of many plant-based foods.
Based on the Mediterranean diet and the DASH diet, the MIND diet focuses specifically on foods rich in certain vitamins carotenoids and flavonoids, that can reduce oxidative stress and inflammation and reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s .
This diet may also promote healthy weight loss if you follow it correctly.
Mind Diet Food List
The diet may also promote healthy weight loss if you follow it correctly. It is advisable to prepare meals containing fatty fish, like sardines, tuna, or tsalmon. So to consume beans, lentils, or chickpeas in at least 3 meals per week. The MIND diet recommends at least 5 servings per week of walnuts, almonds, or hazelnuts, it’s encouraged to use olive oil as it is rich in vitamin E.