The Brain Health Kitchen

Preventing Alzheimer’s Through Food
by Annie Fenn

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A physician and chef identifies the top ten brain-smart ingredients and shows that eating to maintain brain health is easy, accessible, delicious, and necessary for everyone.
The foods we choose to eat—or not—sit at the core of the Alzheimer’s epidemic. They are also the heart of the solution. Annie...
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Published By Artisan

Format Hardback


Number Of Pages 400

Publication Date 01/03/2023

ISBN 9781648290367

Dimensions 7.75 inches x 9.88 inches

“Though packed with solid science, the book isn’t dense reading; [Fenn] dishes up the data and information in easily digestible bites. . . . The book’s 100 recipes all sound delicious and seem doable by the average home cook.”
--Seattle Times

“I will eat anything Dr. Fenn recommends, even cranberries.”
--Seth Rogen, writer and actor

“This is how you want to eat. Annie Fenn’s meals are delicious, easy-to-make, and packed with ingredients that support the vibrant health of your brain today and reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s in the future.”
--Lisa Genova, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of Still Alice and Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting

"Annie is an incredibly good cook and a wise physician. The science that food choice impacts brain health is clear and so is the prescription...this cookbook! Upgrade your brain health with this marvelous book."
--Drew Ramsey, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, Founder of The Brain Food Clinic and author of Eat To Beat Depression and Anxiety

“In The Brain Health Kitchen, Dr. Annie Fenn shows us that eating healthy and reducing your risk of Alzheimer’s disease can be a scrumptious affair. This book is bursting with delicious recipes that novice cooks can do and gourmet chefs will appreciate. Whether you are trying to ward off Alzheimer’s or just looking for tasty recipes, you’ll want this book on your kitchen shelf!”
--Andrew Budson, MD, Associate Director, Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, and coauthor of Seven Steps to Managing Your Aging Memory: What’s Normal, What’s Not, and What to Do About It.

The Brain Health Kitchen by Dr. Annie Fenn is a delightful guide full of beautiful recipes to uplift your mood and nourish your brain.”
--Lisa Mosconi, PhD, New York Times bestselling author of The XX Brain