• Miso, spinach and kale soup

    Miso, spinach and kale soup

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    Miso is a fermented bean paste that is packed with protein.  In fact, a lot of people in Japan start their day eating miso, as it is said to help jumpstart your digestion and give you energy.
  • Brain Healthy Dinners

    Brain Healthy Dinners

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    Looking for some brain-healthy dinner ideas?  Look no further.  We've got a few suggestions for a quick and healthy dinner.
  • Chocolate Banana Matcha Smoothie

    Chocolate Banana Matcha Smoothie

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    Tyrosine is a building block for dopamine.  And several foods, including chocolate (dark), banana, avocados and green tea are all high in tyrosine.  This smoothie recipe packs a tyrosine punch and helps when your sweet tooth is calling! Ingredients   1 cup ice 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened) 1/2 avocado, pitted 1 ripe banana, peeled (frozen is best) 1 tbsp peanut or almond butter 1 tsp matcha powder 2 tbsp cacao powder   Directions Add everything to a...
  • Coconut Oil.  To Use or Not?

    Coconut Oil. To Use or Not?

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    Is Coconut Oil Still Good For You? By Giana B. Sirota Yes, Yes and Yes!  A new report by the American Heart Association says coconut oil is as bad for the body like other oils high in saturated fat, like butter, beef fat and palm oil. Additionally, USA Today reports 82% of the fat in coconut oil is saturated, way above that in butter (63%) and pork...
  • A Day Of Dopamine Friendly Meals

    A Day Of Dopamine Friendly Meals

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    Sanus Biotech welcomes Guest Blogger Giana Sirota.  Giana is a health and fitness expert and a culinary food expert.  Tune in for her posts about living a healthy lifestyle, exercise tips and amazing recipes!   Too many times, we look for a pill that can make us happier, keep our anxiety down, help us sleep or help us stay awake. But did you know there are foods that will boost your mood?...
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