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Stay slim and mentally sharp by choosing foods that keep your waistline trim and your brain well fed. Renowned neurosurgeon Larry McCleary M. D. became fascinated by the paradox of the fattening of America and the brain starvation he was seeing in aging brains. His research led to this innovative conclusion: Calories you consume are bypassing your brain and being stored in fat cells. In Feed Your Brain Lose Your Belly he reveals how sticky fat cells send mixed messages to your brain causing you to experience persistent hunger to overeat and to gain weight as a result. If you are ready to get in touch with the signals your body generates so that you work with not against your innate metabolic machinery this book is the tool youve been seeking. Weight loss will be easy as you keep hunger at bay while providing your brain with the high-octane fuel it thrives on. Feed Your Brain Lose Your Belly pairs its advice with 7 days worth of helpful meal plans and plenty of delicious recipes. Dr. McClearys counterintuitive perspective on the benefits of brain-healthy fat consumptionsupported by clinical testing with a group that called themselves the Biggest Loserswill help you make critical decisions about your diet. Learning to choose foods that prevent the production of sticky fat cells rather than forcing yourself to eat less is the best way for you to feed your hungry brain cells and stay thin.


Feed Your Brain Lose Your Belly: A Brain Surgeon Reveals the Weight-Loss Secrets of the Brain-Belly Connection
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Feed your brain
August 8th, 2014
Less helpful than I though. Focuses on low GI and with obvious adds for gogi berries and coconut oil. It sounds too complex to follow and does not give adequate tools to even start diet. Not impressed by recipes or by the 6 week trial or adds for diet aids
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