Think and Eat Yourself Smart: A Neuroscientific Approach to a Sharper Mind and Healthier Life

By | October 4, 2016

Science is beginning to understand that our thinking has a deep and complicated relationship with our eating. Our thoughts before, during, and after eating profoundly impact our food choices, our digestive health, our brain health, and more. Yet most of us give very little thought to our food beyond taste and basic nutritional content.

In this revolutionary book, Dr. Caroline Leaf packs an incredible amount of information that will change readers’ eating and thinking habits for the better. Rather than getting caught up in whether we should go raw or vegan, gluten-free or paleo, Leaf shows readers that every individual is unique, has unique nutritional needs, and has the power to impact their own health through the right thinking. There’s no one perfect solution. Rather, she shows us how to change the way we think about food and put ourselves on the path towards health.

Anyone who is tired of traditional diet plans that don’t work, who struggles with emotional eating, or who simply isn’t satisfied with their level of health will find in this book the key to discovering how they can begin developing a healthier body, brain, and spirit.

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3 Comments

LovesEstes on 10/04/2016 at 12:51.

Think Differently About Your Food I thought I was pretty informed regarding “food” in the U.S. Turns out I was sadly mistaken-I didn’t know nearly as much as I thought I did. To be honest, this book will depress you before it empowers you. Tons of stats in here that are sobering and eye-opening. Just may cause you to toss and turn in bed for a bit. But you will be equipped with the means to evaluate what you are eating, why you are eating it, and learn to use your dollars differently when it comes to purchasing…

Paula Vince on 10/04/2016 at 13:18.

A bit overwhelming at times Since this book was written by Dr Caroline Leaf, I was expecting the main thrust to be practical thinking tips which help us adjust our diet and lifestyle for the better. She does provide some, but honestly not as much as I expected. In the bulk of the book, she describes with plenty of doom and gloom why we should want to avoid the MAD diet (an acronym for Modern American Diet) in the first place. Those of us who’d pick up a book with this title surely already know western diets leave a lot to…

P. Fettinger on 10/04/2016 at 13:37.

I love this book