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Separating the (brain health) wheat from the chaff: great book review by the Greater Good Science Center

greatergoodGreat book review by the Greater Good Science Center of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness:

“When it comes to health advice, there is often so much contradictory information out there in the media that it’s hard to separate the wheat from the chaff…The same goes for information about brain fitness. With all the myriad of articles out there about what one can do to preserve cognitive function as you age, it’s nice to see the new book, The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness, where all of the relevant information is in one place…the book is a succinct and informative guide to cognitive and neuroscience research, with tips for increasing brain fitness included…

Unlike many books about brain fitness, SharpBrainsGuide_3D_compressedThe SharpBrains Guide is not trying to sell products. And many of the tools they suggest can be easily managed by anyone…So perhaps it’s time to make a change and start paying more attention to that grey matter between our skulls. Picking up this book and following its recommendations might be a good start.”

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