This is the ultimate guide to getting your brain in tip-top shape and keeping it healthy via the foods you eat. With a worldwide ageing population, and cases of dementia as well as severe depression and anxiety alarmingly on the rise, the need to look after your brain optimally has never been more important.
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 235 x 191 mm | Colour | 296 Pages |
As Featured in:
Read the “life-changing” series here.
Delia McCabe has a Masters in Psychology and is completing her doctorate on the effects of certain nutrients on female stress. For the past 20 years she has combined her knowledge of the human brain with research into how food influences brain function. She has seen time and again that the right diet can have a dramatic influence on our memory, moods, ability to focus and stress levels.Delia speaks nationally, and presents seminars and workshops teaching people how to achieve optimum brain health via nutrition.This is her first book.
Welldoing, January 2017
“Stop using all forms of technology (including your smartphone) at least two hours before bedtime as the light from these devices interferes with melatonin production.” – Delia has written a fantastic article on the importance of a good nights sleep, and how it benefits our wellbeing – she even provides some tips to help you get a couple of extra hours rest! Click here to read the article
Click here to read the Daily Mail’s “life-changing series”
with Feed Your Brain author Delia McCabe.
Welldoing, December 2016
Another great write up by author Delia McCabe, this time touching on the relation between our brains and gut. Click here to read the article in full
Rude Health Magazine, November 2016
See page 59 of Rude Health Magazine’s November issue for a Sweetcorn, Mushroom and Quinoa Pilaf recipe extracted from Feed Your Brain.
Sign of the Times, November 2016
“The important role that your diet plays in keeping your brain healthy and your mind alert” – Click here to read the 4 page article.
Grand Forks Herald, October 2016
“McCabe will educate you about nutrients that will help keep your brain in tip top shape, including delicious, fast recipes that promote brain health.”
The Bookseller, September Issue 2016