Brain Foods That’ll Revive You This Winter

The foods you choose can have a big impact on mood and brain function. Here’s a list of foods you should try adding to your diet… we’re sure they’ll make you feel a lot better.

Salmon & Trout

Oily fish like salmon and trout are the best dietary sources of omega 3 fatty acids. These fats are a key mood-boosting ingredient that the body cannot produce itself.  Aim for at least 1 serving of oily fish per week

Try our Smoked Salmon Trout Pate:

Nuts and seeds

As you may already know, nuts and seeds are great sources of healthy fats. Sixty percent of the brain is made up of fat, so if healthy fats are lacking in the diet, it can have a big impact on mood and cognition. Nuts and seeds are also high in vitamin E and brain-strengthening minerals like magnesium which can help prevent cognitive decline.

Try our Nut selection –


Our brain needs healthy protein for the amino acids that are used as building blocks for neurotransmitters. Eggs are a great source of amino acids as well as the phospholipid choline. Your brain uses choline to make acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that may be important for maintaining memory. Try choosing omega 3 enriched eggs for an extra brain boost! If you’re a beginner in the kitchen,

Try our Eggs – delivered to your door, or one of our amazing Breakfast Hampers –

Dark chocolate

Big surprise! Chocolate makes us happy! We don’t need science to tell us this, but there is, in fact, science to back up why. Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants and research has shown that these antioxidants may help reduce stress hormones like cortisol.

Try our Dark Chocolate Toasted Sesame bar –