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How to Become Smarter

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This text describes techniques for improving mental abilities. Some of the things
it can help you to achieve include the following:
Depending on circumstances, use different lifestyles that improve one or
another mental function.
Experience euphoria without drugs and come up with new ideas, when
Slow down and prevent yourself from making rash, impulsive decisions,
Kindle Edition, Alternate Cover edition for B0032JT11K, 414 pages
Published January 2nd 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Apr 15, 2013 Natalie Held rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Reviewed by Vicki Liston, author of “Europe for the Senses – A Photographic Journal”

Russian-born microbiologist Charles Spender takes his years of self-tested theories about food and delivers this knowledge in an easy to read format called, "How To Become Smarter". Although I found the title misleading when considering the direction of the content, his book is crammed full of all kinds of information you won't find in other food resource books.

"How To Become Smarter" is Spender's comprehensive a
Jan 20, 2011 Kathie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
How to Become Smarter
By Nikolai Shevchuk

You Think how you Eat!
This author brings a very interesting and unique view of the brain, and the correlation between what improves thinking and the foods we eat.
He has a Master’s in Molecular Biology and a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Oncology. I enjoyed how he has personally tried several types of diets in an effort to find those that assist mental acuity as well as those foods that suppress our moods and thinking ability. What would you eat to improve
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