Top Brain Snack

Sep 28, 2013 1 Min Read
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Want a sharper brain? Better concentration? Increased memory? Boost mental alertness? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a magic “fix” for all this?

There is! Food!

What you eat has a profound effect on your brain. How it works. How it thinks. How it remembers. How healthy it is!

It is ideal for busy professionals, students writing exams, anyone who wants more brain power. What makes this recipe work? Vitamin E, iron, and protein. All have been proven to boost your memory and protect your brain from Alzheimer’s.

In the next Brain Bulletin I will tell you about a great way to help a stressed brain.

Terry Small is a brain researcher who believes that everyone is a genius. To interact with Terry, email mystarjob@leaderonomics.com. Click here for more articles like this. 

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