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Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, is characterized by cognitive decline and decreased brain function. Recent scientific studies have investigated the role of nutrition in dementia, and have provided suggested nutritional changes for those at risk for dementia. This book discusses nutritional interventions that can promote brain health to decrease the risk of developing dementia, as well as slow the progression of the disease in those diagnosed with dementia. If you or your loved one are at risk for developing dementia, following the guidelines presented in this book can help you maintain your brain health and fight against the onset of dementia. If you or your loved one are already diagnosed with dementia, this book will provide insights into nutritional changes that may slow the progression of the disease, and it also presents tips for helping your loved one with severe dementia maintain adequate nutrition when eating becomes difficult.

©2015 Laura Town (P)2015 Laura Town

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  • Hollis Shellhammer
  • 09-03-2020

Packed With Information

The book is full of information and plenty of scientific confirmation. if you have a loved one with dementia, you owe it to them and to yourself to prevent, slow down the progress or halt form progressing.

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  • Alejandra Mendenhall
  • 09-03-2020

Informative, easy to understand

Informative, easy to read. I am a nurse and found the contents to be well researched and pertinent to the topic. I have sent the book to nonmedical friends and family members battling possible neurologic diagnoses.

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  • Arthur Cerrone
  • 09-03-2020

Well Written

The author has written a truly illuminating book on the benefits of considering a diet as a key component of longitudinal brain health. This book is full of important information (as well as really tasty recipes!) that are crucial to know when making food choices, especially as a woman.

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  • Belia Weimar
  • 09-03-2020

Pretty Clear

At last, book in clear, concise language, that every layman can understand, about one of the most pressing medical problems of our age, dementia.

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  • Terence Hamilton
  • 09-03-2020

Wow!

Wow--this book is a must-read for anyone concerned about brain health. The author distills complicated neurobiological concepts into easy-to-follow explanations, recipes, and food plans. Highly recommended for anyone with a brain!

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  • Hester Robbins
  • 09-03-2020

Well written book.

Well written book. Accessible to nonscientists and yet provides enough research information to make the case.

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  • Meghan Rush
  • 09-03-2020

Good Audiobook

This was a very good read with very good information that everyone can use to improve their health and diets.

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  • Glenna Gould
  • 09-03-2020

Amazing book!

Amazing book! Want to know why eating better makes you think better? Buy this book and share it with your friends. Having an expert opinion on this subject from a neuroscience perspective is enlightening as well as encouraging. You can use this book in your everyday life to make you think better as well as feel better!

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  • Candice Coleman
  • 08-03-2020

Lucky To Have It

This book contains a lot of useful information that will help you understand neuroscience and nutritional science in a different context. This one of the most helpful books that talk about brain health.

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  • Kermit Schultz
  • 08-03-2020

Recommended

I highly recommend this book. Give it to anyone you love that you want to live a long and joyful life with their brain function intact. You get one go at this thing called life. The science will encourage you to eat delicious food, to eat well, and to support your brain health.

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