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Saving Your Brain: The Revolutionary Plan to Boost Brain Power, Improve Memory, and Protect Yourself against Aging and Alzheimer's

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In this groundbreaking new book, a Harvard-trained neurologist shows how you can attain lifelong mental fitness. Utilizing the latest breakthroughs in research, Dr. Jeff Victoroff has developed a definitive, life-changing plan that provides you with the powerful, scientifically based methods you need to protect your brain from aging and memory loss. Starting today, you too ...more
Hardcover, 464 pages
Published June 25th 2002 by Bantam
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Kathy
I didn't finish this book. I didn't really find the ideas helpful or new, at least not enough to keep going.
Lady of the Lake
Wow... A lot to think about. I must do more to save my brain! I want to be still "thinking" into old age! This book is full of facts but it reads easy and I retesting. Really I have learned so much and cleared up points that was uncertain about.
If you have any interest in the mind in the brain and all that goes on inside your head this is the book for you!
This was the audio version and the narration is exvellent!
Brian Sullivan
The book gives a good summary of brain health but I found the summary ending each chapter more useful than the chapters themselves. A lot of information and I suppose you can't expect to always find something new in a book.

I found myself skimming the chapters as it told me what I already knew.
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