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- Print Length: 89 pages
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- Publication Date: April 2, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007R4YGUC
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But chocolate doesn't improve your mood just because it tastes delicious. (That's just a nice side benefit.)
Some of the foods listed here may be surprising, but the author explains the science behind how and why these foods affect how you feel. Each food description is followed by links to recipes in the book that include that food.
Not only is the information good, the book is well-written, nicely formatted and easy to navigate. There is a linked table of contents along with the previously mentioned links from each section to the related recipes.
It was good to discover that my diet already includes several good-mood foods, and I now know of several more that I will be sure to incorporate in my meals and snacks.
It surprised me. I was expecting herbs, and lots of punchy flavor veggies. On the contrary, I found avocados and bananas, and many other foods I didn't know that were mood enhancers.
This book is very educational, well researched, right to the point and some recipes make you say: I want that! (hint: Avocado, bananas, yogurt, nuts, honey, oh boy...)
Reading right to the end, I realized that this author actually has some other very interesting titles in the natural health category and a blog with extra information.
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Well written, to the point, well organized. Each chapter focuses on a particular food and its benefits. The chapter then offers recipes that include that food. Read morePublished 5 months ago by tom
There were many foods in this book that I did not know help mood. So I learned a lot. I did not care for some of the recipes.Published on December 25, 2012 by Patricia M. Larose
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