New book from AARP highlights role of diet in maintaining brain health
New scientific research reveals that food can play an important role in helping to keep your brain in top form. AARP’s latest book, “ThinkFood: Recipes for Brain Fitness,” offers a variety of delicious recipes enhanced by ingredients that science and research suggest help keep the brain healthy.
Culling together 50 tasty recipes, Posit Science, a leader in providing scientifically validated brain fitness exercises and education, joined with 50 popular food bloggers to create an assortment of “brain-friendly” dishes.
“ThinkFood” includes beautiful full-color photos of recipes and ingredients and a clean, readable layout in a format that is attractive on a kitchen counter, coffee table or screen. Providing ample information on brain-healthy eating, the cookbook’s recipes (including Chicken and Pecan Enchiladas, Spicy Almond Soba Noodles, Garlic Salmon over Spinach, and Banana Oatmeal Cookies) embrace brain health as part of overall physical fitness—all while satisfying taste buds.
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