I highly recommend this book, you will learn a lot.
There is excellent information on how Vitamin B6, B12, E, C, and other supplements like Ginkgo and Choline can all help your brain perform better!
On the downside, there are quite a few conjectures and highly subjective opinions between the good nuggets of information.
Most things discussed are already common knowledge, didn't provide much to me maybe to someone not having internet or not reading savvy. I wish there was something new.Published 16 days ago by Cave Lady
Everyone needs to read this book especealy if you are over 40 if you wan't to live a longer and healthier life.Published 2 months ago by J. Brillinger
Jean Carper delivers again! Love this latest book I ordered from Carper. She is a great author and expert in alternative health solutions.Published 11 months ago by C. Smithfield
This book is an excellent book and is worth its reading. Recomendable to any who wants to learn about the brainPublished 13 months ago by Luisa Bermudez Santos
This book educates the reader on how diet plays a role in brain function and sustainability. With what seems to be an epidemic in our culture of children being born with Autism and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cc
I enjoyed reading Your Miracle Brain by Jean Carper. It was copyrighted in 2000, but contains information that is just as pertinent and applicable today. Read morePublished on October 31, 2012 by Matthew D. Simson
Thanx for not sending me a dusty book i appreciate that,and it got some stuff in there that i never knew about thats interesting like estrogen causes Alzheimer's disease so ladies... Read morePublished on August 13, 2011 by jessica
1. A lot of info.
2. Presentation is just what I like in a book like that: simple, direct, a small chapter (3-to-10 pages) per topic clearly separated from... Read more
I ordered this book out of curiosity and became a fan instantly! The book talks about the importance of certain vitamins, minerals, and supplements along with and their ideal... Read morePublished on March 20, 2011 by John C. Benavides