The Grain Brain Cookbook: More Than 150 Life-Changing Gluten-Free Recipes to Transform Your Health

By | April 10, 2015

The authorized companion to the #1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain, with more than 150 life-changing gluten-free recipes for complete health and vitality.

Dr. David Perlmutter’s groundbreaking bestseller Grain Brain revolutionized the way we think about our health, exposing the devastating effects of wheat, sugar, and carbs on the brain. By eating the right foods, you can profoundly affect how your brain will be working next year, in five years, and for the rest of your life.

The Grain Brain Cookbook presents more than 150 delectable recipes to keep your brain vibrant and your body fit, all while dramatically reducing your risk for – and treating – Alzheimer’s, depression, ADHD, and epilepsy, as well as relieving everyday conditions like headaches, insomnia, and forgetfulness. With delicious recipes for every meal — including Spicy Chicken Burgers with Guacamole, Gruyere-Glazed Pork Chops and Cauliflower “Couscous,” and many more — The Grain Brain Cookbook gives you all the tools you need to build a gluten-free diet full of wholesome, flavorful, easy-to-make meals.

What you eat is the most important decision you make every day in terms of your health, and once you’ve tasted how good the Grain Brain diet can be, you’ll want to keep making the right choices day after day.

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Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Man "Jimmy Moore" on 04/10/2015 at 23:53.

The Grain Brain Cookbook With Healthy Low-Carb, High-Fat Recipes The runaway #1 New York Times bestselling book by Dr. David Perlmutter took the nutritional health world by storm in 2013 exposing information about how the very foods we put in our bodies can directly impact the way our brain works in the day-to-day and whether we are putting ourselves on the path to developing a neurodegenerative…

P. M. Dionne on 04/11/2015 at 00:06.

Recipes Need a Lot of Tweaking Perlmuter is NOT a great recipe writer. These recipes assume the reader/cook is familiar with a lot of things my novice husband was not. The first meal was lemony in the extreme and almost impossible to eat and my husband’s second attempt was so bland that it left us both bored. But when I helped with the cooking I was able to see where we needed to be more and less generous with some ingredients in order to make the meal palatable. Now that we are collaborating on the cooking the meals have…