We are pleased to announce that, after much hard work and three global summits to discuss the latest science and best practices, The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness: How to Optimize Brain Health and Performance at Any Age (April 2013; 284 pages), is now available for purchase as paperback ($15.95) and e‑book ($9.95)!
- Read the Foreword by Misha Pavel, PhD, Program Director at the National Science Foundation
- Check out the Full description and the Contents
- BUY YOUR COPY NOW (print $15.95; e‑book $9.95; both available in multiple countries)
- If you work at an accredited media organization or association that reviews books, please ask us for a review copy.
Praise for the book:
- “One of those books you cannot ignore. Insightful, to the point, actionable. A book for everyone who wants to act and live smarter and healthier, based on latest neuroscience.”-Dr. Tobias Kiefer, Director Global Learning & Development, Booz & Company
- “A great start for making sense new brain science and for taking active steps towards smart health, at the individual level, and Smart Health, at the societal level.” -Misha Pavel, PhD, Program Director for the National Science Foundation’s Smart Health and Wellbeing Program
- “This is the book you need to begin to think differently about your brain and actively embrace the exciting and promising reality that your brain’s health is the cause of the century.” -Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD, Founder and Chief Director, UT-Dallas’ Center for BrainHealth
- “An essential reference on the field of brain fitness, neuroplasticity and cognitive health” -Walter Jessen, PhD, founder and editor, Highlight Health
- “Recognized by AARP as one of the best and most comprehensive source of information, this book manages to remain open minded yet adequately critical at the same‑a good model for all sharp minds to follow and benefit from.” -Dr. Peter Whitehouse, Professor of Neurology at Case Western Reserve University
- “A much-needed resource to help us better understand our brains and minds and how to nourish them through life.” -Susan E. Hoffman, Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UC Berkeley