This is THE book on how on natural memory enhancers for all ages. It’s the only brain food memory book written by a 2 time USA Memory Champion.
Your diet plays a role in your memory and focus.
Don’t believe it? Imagine if you ate junk food every day would it make sense that your brain doesn’t function to it’s maximum power?
The reverse is true as well. Eat healthy and power up your brain!
Natural memory enhancers that work for all ages
A deficiency in these 6 foods can lead to dying brain cells
The 16 best vitamins for your brain and why you need them
Minerals that advance brain activity. The 11 best minerals for brain activity and where to find them
The most popular herbs for memory support and why you need them
The 44 most important spices for your memory and brain including my favorite! (My favorite is Turmeric by the way! It is found often in curry. I eat lots of curry!)
As I trained for the USA Memory Championship I watched everything I ate and I noticed a big difference in my performance! When my diet was bad my brain wouldn’t be able to focus or memorize. My brain was so clear when I was eating well. A side benefit was I also lost 20lbs in 2009 training for the USA Memory Championship because I was focused on healthy eating and these brain foods. That wasn’t the original goal but it was a GREAT side benefit!
This is the only book on brain foods names written by a 2 time USA Memory Champion!
About the author:
Ron White is a 2 time USA Memory Champion. He held the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of cards in the USA for 2 years at 1 minute 27 seconds. He held the record for most numbers memorized in the USA at 167 digits in 5 minutes.
He has appeared on National Geographic Channel’s Brain Games, Stan Lee’s Superhumans, Discover Channel, Fox News, Good Morning America and dozens more tv programs. He is a veteran of the US Navy and served in Afghanistan in 2007. His greatest memory project is memorizing the 2,300+ fallen us military service members from the war in Afghanistan. It is over 7,000 words written out from memory.