To say that a healthy diet is good for your body is an understatement. But what if I tell you that a healthy diet can improve your brainpower and make you happier? How? Well, Isn’t our grey matter responsible for maintaining mood balance? In this course, positive psychology savvy and chef Florence Servan-Schreiber will show you which ingredients are good for your brain and which aren't. While preparing beautiful and colorful meals made from quality ingredients, our mentor in happier cooking, Florence, will tell you everything you need to know about the connection between the food we choose, our brain, and how it all affects our happiness.
Let’s cook! Happiness is just a click away
A bonus interview conducted by Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar.
Tal Ben-Shahar is an author and lecturer, and the co-founder of Happier.TV. He taught two of the largest classes in Harvard University’s history, Positive Psychology and The Psychology of Leadership. Today Tal consults and lectures around the world to executives in multi-national corporations, the general public, and at-risk populations. His feature topics include leadership, happiness, education, innovation, ethics, self-esteem, resilience, goal setting, and mindfulness. His books have been translated into more than twenty-five languages, and have appeared on best-sellers lists around the world. An avid sportsman, Tal won the U.S. Intercollegiate and Israeli National squash championships. Today, for exercise, he swims, dances, and practices Yoga. He obtained his PhD in Organizational Behavior and BA in Philosophy and Psychology from Harvard.
Healthy breakfast for our brain, filled with potassium and omega 3.
Did you know? - you will get as much omega 3 from fresh, frozen or canned sardines!
It is very difficult to go wrong making Salmon, and even little children usually like it`s taste!
There is absolutely nothing better for our brain than leafy greens!
Chia seeds are considered a Super Food. Super Foods protects our cells. find out more on Chia seeds, how it can benefit your mind and brain and how to integrate them into recipes.
You can keep a jar of this pesto in your refrigerator for long days with little energy left to cook, or surprise visitors!
French born TV Chef and Positive Psychology Savvy user, Florence Servan-Schreiber, earned her degrees in humanistic psychology and sustainability management from San Francisco university. Dedicated to well-being and curiosity, she explores human nature with a journalistic eye and turns everything she learns in courses. A best selling positive psychology and cook book author in France, she brings together psychology, health and well-being to share her signature positive lifestyle.