Eat right, exercise some. Break free of the chains of obesity, return to the virtues of our ancient dietary heritage, take time to enjoy a good meal, and the time to enjoy the active life that meal makes possible. These are some of the most powerful things you can do to unleash the amazing potential of your brain. - Jeff Victoroff, M.D. Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology, University of Southern California.
BrainSavers teaches you the do’s and don’ts of eating for optimal brain health and function in a step-by-step, no-guilt manner. Our nutritional approach is based on the overwhelming evidence that what is good for your body is good for your brain. A diet centered upon natural, unprocessed foods – vegetables, fruits, whole grains, seeds, fish, healthy dairy and healthy fats – contributes to better brain function and reduced risk of dementia from Alzheimer’s disease and stroke. And of course, better heart health!