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Rebecca Katz’s The Healthy Mind Cookbook has over 120 recipes for everything from tonics, meats, veggies, and soups.
According to the book cover, the recipes are:
“formulated to optimize brain health, boost memory, improve mood, sharpen the central nervous system, and more.”
A skeptic such as myself might wonder if it’s possible these recipes can truly live up to all the hype. Rebecca and her co-writer, Mat Edelson, generously cite the science behind their methodology. So whether or not these recipes will create a healthier mind is TBD.
With my fatigue and mental fogs, I would love a cookbook that helps me think better but ironically the dishes are filled with foods that I am not allowed to eat so best to check the list of ingredients before choosing whether this book is one for you. 😉
The photographs do make the dishes look delicious so either way, happy cooking!
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