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"Water-soluble vitamins cannot be stored and are required daily in our diets. These include vitamin C, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, folate, and choline."
Book Report:

Brain Food

The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power

By: Lisa Mosconi PhD

Narrated by:  Norah Tocci

Length: 9 hrs and 10 mins

Release date: 5-1-2018

Publisher: Highbridge Audio

Dear Brain, remember me?

It is impossible to narrate a book on brain nutrition without scrutinizing your diet! 


I'm hydrating my brain, increasing my PUFAs, phospholipids, phenylalanine and supporting neurotransmitter activity!  I wake up to a pint sized glass of water on my beside table and drink it as soon as I wake up.  For breakfast, I eat fewer eggs each week, and more oatmeal.  I love it sweetened with maple syrup, raisins, a little flax meal and topped with walnuts!  I don't even snack at all on oatmeal days.  For all my meals, I reduce my portion sizes and it isn't as hard as I thought it would be.  Blueberries excepted.  Luckily jumbo blueberries have been featured at Wegmans this week.  I add 2 packages to my cart which already contains Ruby Red Texas Grapefruit, chia powder, unsweetened yogurt, dandelion greens, dark chocolate, wild caught salmon and a tiny glass jar of caviar.   

Tonight I raise a glass of red wine to you Dr Mosconi in gratitude.  Gracie mille!

Read BRAIN FOOD for Happy Synapses! 

Your brain will remember you for it.

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