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Summary of Genius Foods by Max Lugavere

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Upon diagnosis of his mother Kathy with both Parkinson and Alzheimer's disease, Max Lugavere set out to study the causes, as well as ways to prevent and even reverse the two diseases. 

Lugavere who was hitherto a media personality had to bid it good-bye so as to focus on medical research. He left his dream job as a reporter and presenter both on TV and online. With good media credentials, Lugavere was able to penetrate far and wide. He soon became one of the leading scientists and experts in the field of medicine around the world.

With determination, he dived in intensively into the discipline - spanning papers. He interviewed several clinicians and researchers. He visited several leading research labs as part of his commitment to the mission.

Here is what you will get out of this summary:

  • A detailed summary of every single chapter
  • How diet and lifestyle determine how healthy we are
  • You will get to know Lugavere top "Genius Foods"
  • Key takeaways and points worth remembering at the end of every chapter
  • And so much more

If you are someone who's tight on time, maybe you want to see whether the original book is worth it or not or maybe you don't remember much of what you hear, then this summary is created for no one else but you.

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  • Richard
  • 28-04-2020

Good but missing critical concepts

Good book, although I feel Grain Brain derives similar conclusions in a more elaborate way. Genius Foods misses a few links here and there. Most important, people and micro-systems are different. Genius Food, is merely assuming all people are the same. We know now that some people are more gluten sensitive than others, so a distinction and recommendation for testing, I.e. certain antibodies, is missing here entirely.