Better Brain Food

Eat to Cheat Dementia and cognitive decline
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In the UK, 850,000 people suffer from dementia. Dementia is on the rise; on average we are living 20 years longer than our grandparents, increasing the likelihood that we will develop dementia at some stage in our lives. With lifelines increasing, looking after our brains is more important than ever and in recent years, a lot of research has been undertaken so we can understand what food and lifestyle changes help to promote brain health and the slow decline of dementia. In Eat to Cheat Dementia, dietician Ngaire Hobbins explains that in her experience, many elderly patients cognitive decline could have been mitigated if they had eaten better 3 or 5 years prior. There is something we can do and, as always, prevention is key, for people in their 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond. Based on sound scientific research, Eat to Cheat Dementia is the up-to-date guide to eating for brain health and avoiding decline. Covering kitchen staples that boost brain health and quick-meal tricks, Ngaire includes 70 nutritious and achievable recipes for individuals, couples and families that are designed to keep your brain healthy.
Autor: Ngaire Hobbins, Michelle Crawford
Ngaire Hobbins is a dietitian specialising in aged care who has worked in hospitals and private practice as well as in the food industry focusing on developing clear communication between producers and consumers on the food value and qualities of their products. She frequently speaks at conferences and to community groups nationally as well as in the US and UK. She was part of an Aged Care panel with Maggie Beer at Tasting Australia in Adelaide just recently. In July 2016 she presented at the British Society of Gerontology, and in March 2017 at an International Gerontology Conference in San Francisco.

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Autor: Ngaire Hobbins
ISBN-13 :: 9781760527549
ISBN: 1760527548
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.09.2017
Verlag: Murdoch Books
Gewicht: 942g
Seiten: 239
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 259x202x22 mm
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