Food For Thought with Chef Daniel: The Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet and Decreasing Memory Loss

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Food for Thought with Chef Daniel: The Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet and Decreasing Memory Loss

What is the Mediterranean diet you may ask? Well, it’s more of a lifestyle rather than a formal diet plan. The Mediterranean diet focuses on meals built around certain plant-based foods. Foods such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and nuts; along with fish, seafood, dairy and poultry are good examples of menu items on a Mediterranean diet. Studies finds that the health benefits of the diet may include a reduced change of developing dementia and memory loss.

Eating this way comprises a diet rich in fiber, monounsaturated fat, omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants and phytochemicals which numerous clinical studies have proven can protect against the development of heart disease, cancer, dementia, and depression.

Thanks to our Executive Chef, Daniel Powers, you can learn to prepare a Mediterranean-inspired delicious meal that will ignite your taste buds, while eating healthy!

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The First 10 People to Register Will Receive a Gift Basket that Includes an Apron, Plus All of the Ingredients to Prepare a Delicious Mediterranean-Style Meal!

Daniel Powers is our Director of Dining Services at The Kensington Falls Church. Daniel joined us in March of 2020, from Brookdale Potomac Assisted Living where he was the Director of Dining Services. With over 25 years of working in the food and service industry, Daniel has experience in many establishments such as world-class resorts, upscale restaurants, and senior care.

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(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Kayla Peters

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