Food can be a great ally for our health. Knowing the properties of the food we cook and put on the table can benefit our bodies. All we have to do is inform ourselves and understand the benefits of each ingredient. Also, before changing our diet, we should talk to our doctor to find out if the changes we want to make are really right for us.
Whole wheat risotto with banana and onion, a real treat for the brain
Today we want to present a recipe related to our health, especially the brain. Let's talk about risotto with walnuts and onions (with a little banana for a delicious taste). Let's start by analyzing the components of our dish to better understand their properties. Whole grains (in this case rice) can be a loyal friend to the brain. Walnuts are also on the list, so they're included in our recipe. In addition, we also highlight some properties of onions, which can also be a good ally against cognitive impairment.
To combat cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease, we can try this delicious first course that will cause an explosion of flavor in our taste buds.
To prepare our recipe we need:
200 grams of brown rice
1 tablespoon of milk
First, we will take care of the banana, crush it and mix it in a bowl with the milk. Meanwhile, fry the onions in a pan, and when they start to turn brown, add the rice for a few minutes, adding a pinch of salt. Pour the milk and banana mixture that we prepared previously over the rice and onions and leave it until cooked. From time to time, pour in a little broth, if you have some in the fridge, to mix everything up, although you probably won't need it. When the rice is ready, place it on a plate and sprinkle with chopped walnuts and grated Parmesan cheese.
Now we know that to fight cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease we can try this delicious recipe. Of course, always talk to your doctor first. The classic “do it yourself” approach is never recommended when it comes to health. So let's talk to an expert who knows our condition well, so that he can advise us properly about our health condition.
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