Books on Health Supplements and the Brain

Your Miracle Brain: Maximize Your Brainpower, Boost Your Memory, Lift Your Mood, Improve Your IQ and Creativity, Prevent and Reverse Mental Aging by Jean Carper
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks (2002)
based on 18 customer reviews.

From the Back Cover: ... You will learn how you can mold your brain to optimzie memory, intelligence, mental achievement, and modd by eating the the right foods and taking specific brain-boosting supplements: from commo vitamin # to alpha-lipoic acid, ginkgo biloba, and coenzyme Q10. Here, too, is astounding information on raising your children's IQs before they are born; which fats stunt brain cells and which fats make you smarter and happier; which vitamins can boost intelligence and memory; how high blood pressure can shrink your brain; what foods to eat to sharpen memory and rejuvenate brain cells, and much more.


Mind Boosters: A Guide to Natural Supplements that Enhance Your Mind, Memory, and Mood by Ray Sahelian
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (2000)
based on 7 customer reviews.

Book Description: ... Over the past few years, scientists have discovered dozens of new supplements that enhance and sharpen memory, intelligence, vision, and mental performance. In Mind Boosters, one of the world's most respected nutritional experts examines the very latest research on these breakthrough brain nutrients, amino acids, herbs, and hormones. Along with a scientific and practical evaluation of their benefits and risks, Dr. Sahelian explains how to combine mind-boosting supplements to help patients with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, depression as well as those with normal age-related mental decline. People of all ages can benefit from the sensible, step-by-step programs tailored to the differing needs of the young, the middle aged and the elderly.
(Includes material about melatonin.)

Brain Longevity: The Breakthrough Medical Program that Improves Your Mind and Memory by Dharma Singh Khalsa and Cameron Stauth
Paperback: 480 pages
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (1999)
based on 25 customer reviews.

Book Description: ... Anesthesiologist-gerontologist Khalsa and journalist Stauth tell how to tone a sagging mind and stave off that curse of long life, Alzheimer's disease. ... Too much of the hormone cortisol, produced by the body in response to stress and linked to brain damage, causes memory loss and lassitude in particular. Unsurprisingly, stress reduction is one of four basics of Khalsa's program, the others being nutritional therapy, mental and physical exercise, and, when clearly necessary, pharmacology (hormone therapy ala Klatz). Before expounding the program, Khalsa and Stauth explain the development of brain-longevity therapy and how the brain works in health and in sickness, especially Alzheimer's.
(Includes material about melatonin.)

User's Guide to Brain-Boosting Supplements: Learn About the Vitamins and Other Nutrients That Can Boost Your Memory and End Mental Fuzziness by James Gormley and Shari Lieberman
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Basic Health Publications (2004)
based on 3 customer reviews.

Book Description: In the "User's Guide to Brain-Boosting Supplements," leading nutritionist Shari Lieberman terams up woth top nutrition writer James Gormley to describe the best brain-boosting dietary supplements-including vitamin E, amino acids, huperzine A, and acetyl-L-carnitine-and how to use them safely and effectively to achieve optimum brain power. James Gormley, is a well-known health and nutrition writer and former editor of "Better Nutrition" magazine.

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