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Posts by Sara Gottfried MD

Grass-Fed Beef and Vegetable Stew: Perfect for Fall

Younger Recipe | Grass-Fed Beef | Sara Gottfried MD

As the cooler months of fall and winter arrive, there is nothing better than a slow-cooked meal to warm you up. Featured in my book Younger, this grass-fed beef stew delivers a balanced, nutrient-dense meal. If you are short on time, you can use store-bought beef stock, but if you really want to increase the…

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Chickpea, Greens, and Sweet Potato Soup

Brain Body Diet|Sweet Potato|Sara Gottfried MD

My Chickpea, Greens and Sweet Potato Soup is full of delicious nutrients that feed your brain. Don’t hold back when adding the greens to this soup. For optimal brain health, I recommend in book, Brain Body Diet that you aim for consuming one to two pounds of vegetables a day, so this soup is an…

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Endive, Fennel, and Pear Salad with Walnuts

Younger Recipe | Walnut | Sara Gottfried MD

Not only is this endive, fennel and pear salad light and delicious, but it also contains anti-oxidants to help you age slower and increase your healthspan. The shallots in this tasty recipe belong to the allium family of vegetables. Alliums help to boost your glutathione levels. Glutathione is the queen of detoxifiers in your body.…

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Love Your Liver: 7 Ways to Detox and Remove Toxins

Love Your Liver: 7 Ways to Detox and Remove Toxins | Women's Health | Sara Gottfried M.D.

Our bodies are exposed to toxins on a daily basis. These toxins come from many environmental sources including pollution, toxic ingredients in household cleaning products, beauty products, and processed foods. One of the main ways your body gets rid of toxins is through the liver. The liver is our main detox organ. It is in…

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Sugar and Brain Health: How to Keep Your Marbles As You Age

Sara Gottfried Hormonal Health Article |Sugar|Sugar and Brain Health: How to Keep Your Marbles As You Age

We all know that sugar is not good for the waistline. But do you know the effect sugar has on your brain health? Sugar is perhaps the best-known offender when it comes to your ability to think, learn, and remember—and develop stroke and dementia, including Alzheimer’s.  Eating more sugar doubles your risk of cognitive impairment.1 Too…

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Berry Cobbler Shake: Feed Your Brain

Brain Body Diet Recipe | Berry | Sara Gottfried MD

Start your day with a breakfast shake. It’s one of those small daily habits that can add up to major health transformation over time. My Berry Cobbler Shake is packed with delicious goodness.  Both chia seeds and flaxseeds are a great source of monounsaturated fats (MUFAs). Whole food fat leaves you feeling satiated instead of…

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Broccoli Soup: Dairy-Free For Brain Body Balance

Brain Body Diet Recipe | Cream of Broccoli Soup| Sara Gottfried MD

Craving a creamy warm soup? You can still enjoy one if you’re detoxing and going dairy-free. Indulge in a comforting bowl of broccoli soup. Here’s another recipe from my new book, Brain Body Diet. Serves 4 to 6 6 cups vegetable or bone broth1 large leek, chopped2 cups broccoli, chopped2 cups spinach, chopped 2 cups…

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Food as Precision Medicine

Sara Gottfried MD Women's Health Article | Gut Brain Axis | Could The Gut-Brain Axis Hold The Secrets To Radically Transform Your Health?

Imagine a world where you don’t need to count calories or obsess over food. Imagine a world where you’re not caught between retreating to the couch or spending hours at the gym. Finally, imagine a world where you’re not feeling shame, punishment or restriction when it comes to the food you eat. In this short…

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