Beans, Greens, and the Best Foods for the Brain

Though the field is in its infancy, food psychiatry is increasingly being embraced by clinicians and researchers, as a paper published earlier this year in the Lancet Psychiatry attests. “Although the determinants of mental health are complex,” the authors wrote, “the emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence and incidence of mental disorders suggests that diet is as important to psychiatry as it is to cardiology, endocrinology, and gastroenterology.” Other recent work found that simply discussing diet with a counselor for just 6 hours over the course of 2 years dropped Beck Depression Inventory scores by 40% in elderly patients with depression.

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  1. Consuming 4 oz romaine juice made of dark green romaine
    is enjoyable, may add a little carrot for better taste. Drank this drink 3-4 times daily, before or between meals for about
    6 weeks made a huge difference in my iron level, cleared up
    a decade long bad eczema, did not come back at all for the last 14 years and some bad warts completely disappeared never to come back.
    So happy to see that God’s original plans regarding greens
    is reentering into our sick nation.

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