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Healthy Food Rules for Your Workplace

At Amen Clinics, we feel the most important asset of any company is the collective brain health of all its employees.

Healthy nutrition combined with proper lifestyle choices are critical strategies to supporting vibrant employees and businesses.

Research shows that eating healthy is important for energy, focus, memory, productivity, optimal work performance, weight control, and preventing illnesses, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Nutrition Principles For Healthy Living at Amen Clinics

Over decades, the team at Amen Clinics has simplified our brain healthy nutrition principles into nine simple steps.

1. Think high-quality calories and not too many of them.
2. Drink plenty of water, not your calories.
3. Eat high-quality lean protein in small doses throughout the day.
4. Eat smart carbohydrates (low glycemic, high fiber).
5. Focus your diet on healthy fats.
6. Eat from the rainbow – natural foods of many different colors.
7. Cook with brain-healthy herbs and spices to boost your brain.
8. Make sure your food is as clean as possible – pesticide and hormone free.
9. If you’re having trouble with your mood, energy, memory, weight, blood sugar, blood pressure or skin, eliminate any foods that might be causing trouble, especially wheat and any other gluten-containing grain or dairy, soy, and corn.

Nutrition Guidelines

Beverages:
• Water
• Sparkling water
• Flavored stevia (Sweet Leaf makes nine flavors)
• Organic coffee
• Unsweetened almond or coconut milk
• “Steaz”- 0 calorie ice tea
• “Zevia” – 0 calorie sodas sweetened with stevia (various flavors)
• Green or herbal tea (cold and hot)
• Coconut water

Breakfast:
• Hard boiled or poached eggs
• Uncured ham, bacon, or sausage
• Organic berries or low glycemic fruit
• Chopped vegetables
• Mashed avocados or hummus
• Greek yogurt or goat milk yogurt with fresh berries

Snacks:
• Chopped vegetables (broccoli, celery, cauliflower, peppers, cucumbers, carrots, zucchini)
• Nut butter for dipping
• Salsa for dipping
• Guacamole for dipping
• Organic berries or low glycemic fruit
• Raw nuts & seeds
• Coconut wraps, with choices of fillings, such as almond butter, turkey or eggs

Lunch:
• A healthy protein with vegetables is what we serve at most company sponsored lunches.
• Find a local restaurant that can provide family-style lean protein, vegetables, and salad.
• Mediterranean salad, romaine, avocado, or kale salad.
• Also, most restaurants can accommodate the request for adding a protein like grilled chicken, steak, or salmon.

When you eat as we outline above, you will improve the quality of your meetings, as participants will be able to think at higher levels for longer periods of time. If you are ready to take control of your diet and reap the benefits of a brain that is properly nourished, contact us today at 1-888-288-9834 or tell us more to make an appointment online and get on the road to a healthier – and happier you.

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  1. pramarshen perumal says:

    Good Day

    my family and I are vegetarians. No meat, fish and eggs.

    we consume diary.

    Please advise on an ideal diet, to maintain a health brain function.

    Regards

    Pramarshen

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