29 Foods and Herbs to Boost Creativity


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Complex carbohydrates provide the brain a steady stream of glucose throughout the day. Unlike simple carbohydrates (we're talking to you, refined sugar and flours), complex carbs take longer to break down and can be better regulated by the body and the brain. Try the following foods:

Whole grain bread
Oats
Quinoa
Brown rice
Millet
Amaranth
Spelt
Barley

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By Jill Ettinger| August 16, 2017
Categories:  Care
Keywords:  CareHealthy Mind

About the Author

Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger is a freelance journalist and marketing specialist primarily focused on the organic and natural industries, she bridges her love for changing the food system with her lifelong passion for writing and connecting people in their shared values. You can connect with Jill on Twitter and Instagram.

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