Fat Is Good for Your Brain

Your brain is 60% fat

Your nerves need fat to work properly

Healthy fat balances blood sugar highs and lows

Fat plays a key role in the cellular processes of memory and learning

Fat keeps the cells flexible and talking to each other

Fat reduces general inflammation


1 cup extra virgin olive oil

¼ cup organic hemp oil

¼ flax seed oil

8 tablespoons balsamic vinegar (optional)

8-10 tablespoons raw apple cider vinegar

6 tablespoons or dark agave, pure maple syrup or raw honey (optional)

1 teaspoon sea salt

2-3 minced cloves of finely chopped garlic

freshly ground pepper to taste

Copyright c Leslie E. Korn, 2022

Healthy Fats for Mood and Memory


Coconut oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Grass fed, organic butter


Raw nuts and seeds: walnuts, flax, hemp, chia, almonds

Additional Resources

Vicki Steine, DSc, LCSW

Nutritional Essentials for Mental Health-Leslie Korn, Ph.D

Finally Focused-James Greenblatt, MD

The Mood Cure/The Craving Cure-Julia Ross, MA

Dr. Daniel Amen, MD  www.brainmd.com

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