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Keep Your Brain in Shape with Healthy Snacks from Dippin’ Stix

February 23rd, 2017 · No Comments

When most of us think of being healthy, we think of our waistlines, our muscular system, having a “six-pack,” and the number on the scale. What many of us forget is the fact that our brain needs to be kept healthy and in shape, and one of the best ways to do that is by eating a healthy diet. Dippin’ Stix provides healthy snacks to help get and keep that brain in shape!

There are foods and diets that definitely help, and others that harm the brain over time. For example, foods such as red meat, cheese, butter, and fried or fast food should always be consumed in moderation. Vegetables, leafy greens, nuts, berries, whole grains, fish, poultry, and the use of olive oil instead of butter are all considered healthy foods and have the green light to enjoy.

If an individual consistently consumes foods containing a large amount of fats, they may be headed to a cognitive decline more rapidly than those who indulge in a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables and foods that are low in fat.

At Dippin’ Stix, we provide nutritious snacks that are not only heart healthy but “brain-healthy” as well. Our crisp, peeled baby carrots and dip, and fresh apples with yogurt peanut butter or caramel dip are sure to not only help with the number on the scale, the “six pack,” or your waistline, but benefit your cognitive function as well. We all want to be healthy and smart in our olden, golden years, so now is the time to convert to a heart-healthy and brain-healthy diet with snacks from Dippin’ Stix.

Visit a retailer near you to pick up some of our conveniently packaged snacks that you can grab while on the go, send with your kids to school or sporting events, or just enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Keep your brain in shape with healthy snacks from Dippin’ Stix!

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