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The Kitchen Shrink: Food and Recipes for a Healthy Mind

 

by Natalie Savona

Book Description
Everyone knows that to keep our bodies healthy we have to eat right. But this unique guide reminds us that a healthy mind requires good nutrition, too. It explains how certain “active ingredients” in everyday foods enhance mood and boost brain power. And to make it easy to get the required amounts of these ingredients, there are 80 tempting recipes, all shown to be particularly effective at improving mental health. A selection of lavish color photos showcase a variety of delicious-sounding breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and juice suggestions—each with its own at-a-glance nutrient profile. There’s also guidance on how to use diet and nutrition to overcome specific ailments such as depression, stress, seasonal affective disorder, and pre-menstrual syndrome.

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