Avery/ Penguin Random House, available on Amazon.com
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Penguin Life, available on Amazon.co.uk
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PostWave (Coming up soon)
Aivoruokaa. Syö paremmin, ajattele kirkkaammin. Art House, available here.
J.C. Lattes (Coming up soon)
Nutrire il Cervello. Tutti gli alimenti che ti rendono piu' intelligente. Mondadori, available on Amazon.it
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Praise For Brain Food
"In her new book, Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power Dr. Lisa Mosconi highlights the connection between diet and brain function and shares approachable, actionable tips to put that research into practice." –Forbes
“Incredible.” —Maria Shriver
"Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power" [is] a guide to the latest research on the links between nutrition and brain health.” —Los Angeles Times
“By drawing on more than fifteen years of scientific research and experience, Dr. Mosconi provides expert advice to prevent medical decline and sharpen memory. Her brain healthy recipes will help you maintain peak cognitive performance well into old age and therefore delay and even prevent the appearance of debilitating diseases like Alzheimer’s.” —KTLA “Good Morning LA"
“Think sharper by eating meals like grilled salmon in ginger-garlic marinade from this neuroscientist and nutritionist. How genius.” —Marie Claire
“You've probably heard the phrase “you are what you eat,” but a more accurate revision might be, “You think what you eat.” —Real Simple
“If you’re looking for help improving memory, lifting the haze of depression, or even just sharpening your cognitive edge, Brain Food will help you eat your way there.” —Books For Better Living
“If you’ve ever suspected you could be giving your brain better food for thought, this is the book to pick up.” —NY Post
“This book is as timely as it is eye-opening, in a period when life spans are increasing and awareness grows about the way brain chemistry is shaped by emotional history and environment in addition to food.” —Spirituality & Health
“An important shift needs to be made: we should pay attention to the way food makes us feel, not to the way it makes us look. This is why it was so refreshing to stumble across Dr. Lisa Mosconi's new book Brain Food.” —PsychologyToday.com