Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power

Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power

How to eat for maximum brain power and health from an expert in both neuroscience and nutrition. Like our bodies, our brains have very specific food requirements. And in this eye-opening book from an author who is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist, we learn what should be on our menu. Dr. Lisa Mosconi, whose research spans an extraordinary rang How to eat for maximum brain power and health from an expert in both neuroscience and nutrition. Like our b...

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Title:Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power
Author:Lisa Mosconi
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0399573992
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power Reviews

  • Shane
    Aug 21, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

    While I don't necessarily buy the "surprising science" part of the subtitle (I've read this information in literally dozens of places), this book is an eminently readable, comprehensive look at how food affects the brain. If you're interested in preserving your cranial matter into a...

    Great information, nothing all that outrageous or crazy. Mosconi has unique expertise that has been validated by research. I'm usually wary of nutrition books because many of them come down to unsupported quackery. The hallmark of it is "buy my supplements and you'll be fixed". Happy t...

    The author, Dr. Lisa Mosconi, PhD is a Neuroscientist who has done research on the effects of nutrition on the brain. I found this book very informative on the foods and if necessary any supplements needed for maximum protection of one's brain. She presents information for nutrition th...

    This is an amazing book with a clear and conversational style, making complex science and neuro-nutrition easy to understand. Genetically or culturally pre-disposed, or influenced solely on lifestyle choices, Alzheimer's is a concern for me. This book gives me real science and a game...

    There is some great information here although the takeaways aren't all that surprising. The big news of the book is just how little genetics have to do with brain health into old age and just how much lifestyle choices - good or bad - can do. I found the book to be not especially well ...

    Easy to understand yet chocked full of research. She's very transparent about what science confidently knows versus what we are just starting to understand. She also provides guidance for actually incorporating this knowledge into our diets. As a vegan, I also really appreciated that s...

  • Becky
    Sep 24, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

  • Sharon
    Jan 10, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

  • Michele
    Aug 28, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

  • Bucket
    Jul 05, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

  • Anne Libera
    Apr 20, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

  • Bayansa
    Jan 05, 2019

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

  • Jane Stewart
    Jul 06, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

  • Katie
    Apr 30, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

  • Howard
    Jan 01, 2019

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

    While I don't necessarily buy the "surprising science" part of the subtitle (I've read this information in literally dozens of places), this book is an eminently readable, comprehensive look at how food affects the brain. If you're interested in preserving your cranial matter into a...

  • Johanna
    Nov 24, 2017

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

  • Shari Wampler
    May 20, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

  • Karolyn Sherwood
    Jun 25, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

  • Cherei
    Feb 25, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

  • Sarah Widder
    Oct 25, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

    While I don't necessarily buy the "surprising science" part of the subtitle (I've read this information in literally dozens of places), this book is an eminently readable, comprehensive look at how food affects the brain. If you're interested in preserving your cranial matter into a...

    Great information, nothing all that outrageous or crazy. Mosconi has unique expertise that has been validated by research. I'm usually wary of nutrition books because many of them come down to unsupported quackery. The hallmark of it is "buy my supplements and you'll be fixed". Happy t...

  • Blaine Morrow
    Mar 29, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

  • Kelly Knapp
    Dec 18, 2017

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

  • Casey
    Aug 28, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

  • Kari Yergin
    Jul 18, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

  • Robert Luebke
    Jun 25, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

    While I don't necessarily buy the "surprising science" part of the subtitle (I've read this information in literally dozens of places), this book is an eminently readable, comprehensive look at how food affects the brain. If you're interested in preserving your cranial matter into a...

    Great information, nothing all that outrageous or crazy. Mosconi has unique expertise that has been validated by research. I'm usually wary of nutrition books because many of them come down to unsupported quackery. The hallmark of it is "buy my supplements and you'll be fixed". Happy t...

    The author, Dr. Lisa Mosconi, PhD is a Neuroscientist who has done research on the effects of nutrition on the brain. I found this book very informative on the foods and if necessary any supplements needed for maximum protection of one's brain. She presents information for nutrition th...

  • Sara Aouichi
    Apr 26, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

  • Nadya Tsech
    Jun 12, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

  • Amy Vey
    Apr 27, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

  • Jeanette Mabry-crissman
    Dec 27, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

  • Martha
    Dec 12, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

    While I don't necessarily buy the "surprising science" part of the subtitle (I've read this information in literally dozens of places), this book is an eminently readable, comprehensive look at how food affects the brain. If you're interested in preserving your cranial matter into a...

    Great information, nothing all that outrageous or crazy. Mosconi has unique expertise that has been validated by research. I'm usually wary of nutrition books because many of them come down to unsupported quackery. The hallmark of it is "buy my supplements and you'll be fixed". Happy t...

    The author, Dr. Lisa Mosconi, PhD is a Neuroscientist who has done research on the effects of nutrition on the brain. I found this book very informative on the foods and if necessary any supplements needed for maximum protection of one's brain. She presents information for nutrition th...

    This is an amazing book with a clear and conversational style, making complex science and neuro-nutrition easy to understand. Genetically or culturally pre-disposed, or influenced solely on lifestyle choices, Alzheimer's is a concern for me. This book gives me real science and a game...

    There is some great information here although the takeaways aren't all that surprising. The big news of the book is just how little genetics have to do with brain health into old age and just how much lifestyle choices - good or bad - can do. I found the book to be not especially well ...

  • Kristin Kowalk
    May 25, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

  • Kathleen
    Jun 11, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

  • Courtney
    Jun 02, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

  • Jeff Tehan
    Jun 24, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...

    Very insightful even for those who think they are the expert of healthy approach to dieting, yes you may have heard alot of information included in the book already from eating fruits and veggies more than processed food to how nuts and chia seeds and food filled with omega 3 and 6 are...

    Science based info Mostly validates what I already know about good eating. The one thing she didn?t really address was that some of the recommended foods are ecologically not easy or responsible to come by. In describing the diets of the blue zones, there was one region that didn?...

    While I don't necessarily buy the "surprising science" part of the subtitle (I've read this information in literally dozens of places), this book is an eminently readable, comprehensive look at how food affects the brain. If you're interested in preserving your cranial matter into a...

    Great information, nothing all that outrageous or crazy. Mosconi has unique expertise that has been validated by research. I'm usually wary of nutrition books because many of them come down to unsupported quackery. The hallmark of it is "buy my supplements and you'll be fixed". Happy t...

    The author, Dr. Lisa Mosconi, PhD is a Neuroscientist who has done research on the effects of nutrition on the brain. I found this book very informative on the foods and if necessary any supplements needed for maximum protection of one's brain. She presents information for nutrition th...

    This is an amazing book with a clear and conversational style, making complex science and neuro-nutrition easy to understand. Genetically or culturally pre-disposed, or influenced solely on lifestyle choices, Alzheimer's is a concern for me. This book gives me real science and a game...

  • Kirja Vieköön!
    Nov 06, 2018

    I don?t know whether to give this a 2 for below average or 3 for interesting. There were many interesting things in the book, but it lacked scientific research. Most of it felt like her personal opinion. Some of her advice follows. All food must be organic, no GMOs. Cattle mus...

    Mosconi is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and the Associate Director of the Alzheimer?s Prevention Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical College. Her research interests lie in using PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer?s disease. Clearly, Mosconi kno...

    A worthwhile book based on the latest and most trustworthy findings on brain health and Alzheimer's research. Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC, combines her knowledge and training in Neuroscience / Neurology and integrative nutrition and holistic health, to lead readers though the science of br...

    I wanted to like this book more. Lisa Mosconi has excellent credentials-trained in Neuroscience and Nutrition-that give her the research-backed clout to speak to the kind of food that would make our brain work better. However, while I can get behind her basic recommendations to eat...

    I have read books and articles claiming that playing certain games will help keep your brain strong and ward off dementias and Alzheimer's. This seemed plausible, but did not explain why these illnesses are in an upswing...some have claimed our longer lives as the culprit, however, aft...

    Water is the most important nutrient for your brain. Start out with a big glass of water upon waking, and the day with a cup of herbal tea, and drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day, room temp. Also eat water rich foods like Watermelon strawberries grapefruit cantalou...

    It?s an excellent collection of facts and her research is solid, but I didn?t learn anything new which was my objective. It does serve a wide audience of novice in nutrition science to well-read laymen with action plans by degree of interest in improving your long term brain health...

    I lost 2-3 pounds reading this book! That sounds funny, but it's true. This is the best and most profound book I've read on such a subject. When it's published, several in my immediate family will receive a copy from me. And I want to give my ARC copy to another, so I'll buy one for my...

    If every adult read BRAIN FOOD, by Lisa Mosconi, it might change the course of history. A non-fiction book like this, one that makes bold claims about health matters, is entirely dependent on the author's credentials. Lisa Mosconi has the right credentials: She has a duel PhD in neuros...

    I'm rating this book 5 stars because it has inspired me to provide healthier food for my family. Great scientific backing. I plan on reading this book again if I need a boost in healthy living inspiration. Working in health care, I see the influence poor lifestyle choices can have on a...

    Good information - not a whole lot that is new if you have read the better nutrition books in the past but inspired me to buy dandelion greens, eat more caviar, and more intentionally incorporate intermittent fasting into my schedule ...

    this was one hell of an intresting reading ^^ im so going to try few things from here and put an update about it later on ...

    Mosconi summarizes brain research that links diet with cognitive functionality, and provides clear suggestions for improving what you eat to stave off mental disease (particularly dementia and Alzheimer's). ...

    Good overall health information in one book. Some of the research is new, but most isn?t. Helpful information related to Alzheimer?s prevention. ...

    www.thenextgoodbook.com Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, INHC 326 pages What?s it about? Lisa Mosconi is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist. In this book she delves into the question of what to eat for the health of your brain. Here is link to he...

    Interesting overall, with lots of good advice and tips. I found it a little hit and miss for me. I'm by no means a beginner and have a pretty darn healthy diet, but found much of the advice overwhelming and/or off-putting. Caviar, really? The economics of what she suggests are troublin...

    While I have read many different books and articles on this topic, this definitely is a good book for those who want to get their brain health back on track, or headed in the right direction. Very good, thorough information that if we are eating well we should not have to take tons of ...

    This book provides guidelines for brain nutrition and a lot of examples from clinical and scientific studies. Main things I took from the book: 1. Even mild dehydration reduce brain functioning up to 20% 2. The brain doesn't send us signals if it needs something or if it suffers....

    FINALLY!!! A doctor that listens to those of us with a long family history of Alzheimer's and dementia. We live in fear of losing our precious memories.. that we've seen in loved one's as they have aged. There are things that you CAN eat that will promote a healthy brain! There are als...

    Some solid information and science centered on the effects of our diet/eating habits on our brain. The author is obviously an expert on the subject, and zealously counsels the reader to consider the consequences of mindless eating. However, either the narrator or the author?s writing...

    Very boring. Read like a research paper on the work of others. ...

    Alzheimerin tautia sairastaa tällä hetkellä Suomessa yli 70 000 henkilöä, Yhdysvalloissa 5,3 miljoonaa. Määrän arvellaan nousevan siellä 15 miljoonaan vuoteen 2050 mennessä, ja maailmanlaajuisesti 132 miljoonaan. Siksi on äärimmäisen kiinnostava kysymys, voisiko ruokavalio...