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Book cover Eat to Beat Alzheimer'sEat to Beat Alzheimer’s offers a practical guide and an empowering tool to bring nourishing, healthful, and delicious food into the lives of people concerned about Alzheimer’s and other cognitive problems. Almost 9 million people in the U.S. suffer from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, and the toll is rapidly increasing. This book will appeal to everyone concerned about dementia and memory loss in either themselves or a loved one.

Recent research makes clear that the impact of aging on the brain can be reduced by simple diet and lifestyle modifications. The delicious food choices and easy-to-prepare recipes in this book are based on the latest findings showing that they can help slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and other conditions like it, or prevent them entirely.

Readers will gain the knowledge and tools to take charge of their health by incorporating tasty, healing foods into their diet. The information in this cookbook will be as relevant and useful 20 years from now as it is today. And the recipes will still be just as delicious. Seafood curry - This beautiful curry cooks up quickly and will delight the whole family. Seafood curry Feel free to substitute salmon if allergies are an issue. Shrimp and scallops are readily available frozen year round, and fresh seasonally. Shrimp have anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. It is also high in many vitamins and minerals, such as selenium, phosphorus, choline […] Butternut squash curry - This gentle curry is a sweet combination of sweet and mild heat. Butternut squash curry In addition to balancing the squash’s natural sweetness, the curry paste provides antioxidants and cancer-fighting benefits. If you prefer a more robust curry taste, feel free substitute with a stronger curry paste. Winter squash, such as butternut, provides many vitamins […] Avocado and watercress salad - This lovely, bright salad is a great introduction to the peppery and lovely watercress. Avocado and watercress salad Watercress is a humble, cruciferous, aquatic green leafy vegetable eaten since ancient times. Long considered food for the lower classes, it has only recently regained popularity due to its high nutritional value. Watercress provides numerous health benefits, […] Beet and yogurt salad - This is a beautiful, warm salad. Beet and yogurt salad Try a mix of golden and red beets for even more vibrant color. Using both the roots and the greens, this salad makes full use of the many benefits of the mighty, yet humble, beet. In fact, the greens are the most nutrient-rich part of […]
The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown - It was a great pleasure to speak with Lynda D. Brown on the The Author Chat Show! We discussed the story behind Eat to Beat Alzheimer’s, as well as one of my go-to weekend breakfasts, Egg Cups. Egg Cups Recipe image source     My new book, Eat to Beat Alzheimer’s, is now here! Check […]





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I wanted to thank you for all of the invaluable information you imparted to me. My health and energy has improved dramatically. Thanks to you I feel empowered regarding my health by getting the push to make healthful choices part of my routine. – Teresa


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This is a sincere thank you for a really meaningful and useful presentation.

I can see why you came so highly recommended. You generated a very special kind of interaction in the group from the moment you began the introduction go-round with your question as to what each person regularly does that makes her/him feel good. Among many possibilities, it reminded each of us that we already have the power to do good for ourselves.

As I said after we concluded, I personally appreciated your vocabulary. You have a gift for articulating with very grounded images! I’m most grateful for the time and energy you expended to bring such a precious message to the group, and for the sensitive and personal way you connected with us. Oh, and your message and genuineness almost made me forget the most useful details around your recommendations for integrating the stuff we eat with the soul care you encouraged. What a great overall respect for the whole person (psyche and matter). Many thanks! – Dave


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Thank you for being part of our child’s support team

and guiding our family towards health and recovery. We deeply appreciate you being a part of our journey as a family. – Loving Parents