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These wraps are very high in important mental health nutrients including protein, calcium, magnesium, folate, selenium, vitamin C, vitamin B-12, and omega-3 fatty acids!

Strawberry Dreamsicles

This is a favorite for kids and adults alike. Each of them has nearly half of the daily requirement of vitamin C and only 88 calories.

Katharine’s Greek God Salad

To go along with my recent post about the mental health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, I’m sharing this recipe for “Katharine’s Greek God Salad” from the “Cooking to Cure, A Nutritional Approach to Anxiety and Depression” book. It is a delicious, colorful salad that is highly anti-inflammatory and high in calcium, potassium, selenium, vitamin D, vitamin E, as well as many other important mental health nutrients and has 80% of your daily requirement for vitamin B12! And all for just over 400 calories.

Wonderful Weeds

One of the best sources of super nutritious and *free* food might be an unwanted intruder growing in your garden, lawn, or even in the cracks of a sidewalk! I’m talking about weeds. Not all weeds are edible of course, but a surprising number are.

Yummy Meatball Recipe

I made a version of “Mainstay Meatballs” from the “Cooking to Cure” book and they came out so yummy that I just had to share. There are so many ways to play with this recipe – I hope you love these versions and create new ones that you love as much!

St. Paddy’s Day Green Smoothie!

If you haven’t tried one already, go green for St. Patrick’s Day! This smoothie is high in magnesium, potassium, calcium, omega-3’s, vitamin E, and many other nutrients for good mental health!