Eat
Good food nourishes the whole body, including your brain. Developing healthy eating habits that include a varied diet and portion control can make a massive difference to how you feel.
Good food nourishes the whole body, including your brain. Developing healthy eating habits that include a varied diet and portion control can make a massive difference to how you feel.

Healthy eating patterns are associated with better brain health. Small tweaks like introducing more colour to your meals, incorporating fermented foods like kimchi and kombucha, and saying cheers to mocktails instead of cocktails, can make a significant difference to your wellbeing and brain health. A diet that is rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids can also help protect your brain by promoting important anti-inflammatory and antioxidant processes.

Eat.Play.Rest works with Australian sports stars, chefs and thought leaders to share personal insights, ideas and inspiration on how to live a brain-healthy lifestyle. Eat well, play often, rest regularly for a brain-healthy lifestyle.

eNews sign-up

Sign up for our eNews for a regular serve of inspiration in the form of recipes, exercises and brain health tips.