A Brain Healthy Lifestyle and Low Glycemic Recipe

Brain health guidelines and low glycemic recipe.

Six pillars are key to reducing to reducing risks of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

In this article published by helpguide.org, you will guidelines for  a brain healthy lifestyle.


Low-Glycemic Sun-Dried Tomato Shrimp Salad

Prep time: 15 minutes + 1-2 hours marinating time

Cook time: 10-15 minutes Yields: 1 serving

       8 oz. raw shrimp, peeled and de-veined or 7 oz. fully cooked frozen shrimp, 
       1 cup romaine lettuce, chopped or shredded
       ½ cup (1 medium 2 ½”) tomato, diced
       ½ cup cucumber, sliced
       4 Tbsp. Newman’s Own Lighten Up Sun Dried Tomato dressing, divided

Marinate shrimp in 3 Tbsp. of dressing for 1-2 hours. Prepare salad by washing vegetables and cutting them as indicated above; set aside. After shrimp has sufficiently marinated, pour entire contents (shrimp and marinade) into a skillet and cook over medium heat until shrimp are cooked through (or turn opaque in color), about 3-5 minutes. Place shrimp on top of salad and drizzle remaining dressing over.

Cal 360 ~ Total Fat 10g ~ Sat Fat 1.5g ~ Chol 335 mg ~ Sod 1160mg ~ Total Carb 17g ~ Fiber 2g ~ Pro 38g


3 Balanced Meals & 3 Low-Glycemic Snacks = a Healthy LIFE


Balanced Breakfast within 30 minutes of rising with 8 oz water 


Low-glycemic snack with 8 oz water


Balanced Lunch with 8 oz water


Low-glycemic snack with 8 oz water


Balanced Dinner with 8 oz water

(healthy recipe included above)


Low-glycemic snack with 8 oz water

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