From a body detox expert and the author of The Gut Health Diet comes a unique take on memory improvement.
Use the power of food to optimise brain health, boost your memory, enhance your mood and reduce the risk of cognitive decline through a revolutionary 30-day diet plan.
What you fuel your body with is at the core of your health and is even more true with the brain. Eat the right foods and you can profoundly affect your brain function now and in the future. The Brain Boost Diet Plan is a 4-week dietary plan to cleanse and renew your brain and brain function. With a focus on beneficial fats and nutrient-dense everyday foods, the plan is made up of 100 delicious, easy recipes that are low in sugar, gluten-free and packed with nutrients designed to optimise brain health and function. It’s a simple, effective and delicious way to cleanse your brain of imbalances and nourish, energise and heal your brain for a sharper, calmer, healthier you. The latest research now clearly indicates the incredible importance diet plays in reducing the risk of conditions such as cognitive decline, mood disorders, Alzheimer’s and depression. The Brain Boost Diet Plan addresses the underlying imbalances in the body and brain that contribute to these conditions, such as inflammation, glycation, fatty acid imbalances, poor methylation and low nutritional status. These are highly technical dietary functions which expert nutritionist Christine Bailey is able to speak to both authoritatively and in a way that makes them understood by all.
About the Author:
Christine Bailey, M.Sc, is a qualified nutritionist, food and health consultant, chef and cookery teacher. A member of the Guild of Health Writers, she writes for numerous health and cookery magazines and is the author of Supercharged Juice & Smoothie Recipes, The Juice Diet and The Top 100 Recipes for Brainy Kids among others. She is also one of the most respected nutritional experts in the disgestion-focused sector of Functional Medicine. Christine runs courses and workshops, advises local authorities and schools, and works with a number of charities and organisations including the World Cancer Research Fund UK.