TOP 10: Alzheimer’s Prevention Recipes

2 March, 2017 , , ,

#7 – Aubergine Pizza

Aubergine Pizza

Aubergine Pizza

It can be difficult to eat right when unhealthier foods are so tempting. Pizza is definitely one of them. This low-carb version is rich in flavour, but also has lots of vitamins, calcium, and iron. Alzheimer’s prevention isn’t an exact science, but this dish is certainly a step in the right direction for a healthy lifestyle that doesn’t feel deprived. We can’t say you won’t miss pizza, but it’s a great alternative if you’ve already indulged a bit too much recently.

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#6 – Quinoa and Lentil Salad

Quinoa and Lentil Salad

Quinoa and Lentil Salad

It’s no secret that we love legumes here at SOSCuisine. They’re full of great nutrients, fibre, and protein which makes them a really easy way to get a little bit more out of any diet. They also taste great and have a variety of flavours and textures that really suit any taste. This salad is a great way to take advantage of lentils and quinoa and it also has colourful vegetables — which most people don’t get enough of.

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Meal plans for the prevention of Alzheimer's Disease

#5 – Vegetarian Chili with Tofu

Vegetarian Chili with Tofu

Vegetarian Chili with Tofu

A healthy chili recipe is a great way to enjoy your food without feeling deprived. It’s hearty and savoury thanks to the tofu and the legumes, which are high in B vitamins and iron. This version is not only a great dish for Alzheimer’s prevention, it’s also a source of omega fatty acids, which is good news for vegetarians and vegans who might have trouble finding non-animal sources.

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#4 – Gravad Lax

Gravad Lax

Gravad Lax

It’s no secret that salmon is a great source of omega-3. This dish though, is a really great and different way to enjoy this delicious fish. Gravad lax is made from curing salmon, a process which chemically cooks the fish but maintains the texture. You can enjoy this tasty dish with just about anything. (In my family, we like to add it to omelettes with just a little schmear of cream cheese and some chopped chives and a bit of extra dill. It’s like a low-cal, low-carb, gluten-free smoked salmon bagel.)

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