The MIND Diet Meal Plan: Your Weekly Grocery Shopping List
Want to protect your cognitive function? Here’s what you need to eat, according to the MIND diet:
- Green leafy vegetables, at least six servings a week
- Other vegetables, at least one serving a day
- Nuts, five servings a week
- Berries, at least two servings a week
- Beans, at least three servings a week
- Whole grains, at least three servings a day
- Fish, one serving a week
- Poultry, two servings a week
- Olive oil, used in all cooking
- Wine, one glass a day
The MIND diet also recommends that you cut red meat consumption to less than four servings a week, cut butter or margarine to less than one tablespoon a day, slash cheese to less than one serving a week, cut pastries or sweets to less than five servings a week and limit fast food to less than one serving a week.
Want to get started on the MIND diet? Check out the next slide for dietitian Rosie Schwartz’s recommended daily meal plan for brain-boosting breakfasts, lunches and dinners!