Written by Robert J. Matthews
An increased intake of total dietary fiber" was associated with a reduced risk of developing depression.
Fiber should primarily be obtained from plant-based foods.
This approach to incorporating a "kaleidoscope of color" into one's dietary regimen through the consumption of vibrant, polyphenol-rich foods.
She explains that colorful vegetables and plants "represent a level of biodiversity required by the gut microbes.
Our minds benefit greatly from a healthy gut, and our guts adore probiotics.
Moreover, fermented meals provide an increased quantity of beneficial bacteria.
Adding more spices and herbs to your diet is one of the simplest methods to improve your gut health, which can also promote brain health.
As well as being "a powerful part of our kitchen that we can lean into.