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