What’s A Fatty Salad?

Elaine Benes may have introduced the world to The Big Salad on “Seinfeld” in 1994, but in 2018 it’s all about The Huge Fatty Salad.

If you’re a human who’s ever lived through the month of January, you know America turns to salads when it’s time to drop a pants size. But there’s one specific type of salad that can do even more for your brain than it can for your belly.

Max Lugavere, author of the new book Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life, is on a mission to help us boost our health with the foods we eat every day, which have a surprisingly powerful effect on our brain function. One of the many healthy habits he promotes is eating what he calls a “huge fatty salad” once every day.

The concept suggests that eating one huge daily salad ― specifically, one that’s packed with a combination of nutrient-dense vegetables, protein and extra-virgin olive oil ― can work wonders for your brain. You know, the organ that controls EVERY OTHER ORGAN IN YOUR BODY.

It’s a simple concept that could reap huge health benefits. Here’s how to master the huge fatty salad.

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