Genius Foods is a New York Times bestselling book written by filmmaker Max Lugavere. His life changed when his mother was diagnosed with rare dementia. Max decided to take a break in his media career to explore all that he could about the brain and how it works. He spent years reading brain research, interviewing medical doctors, neurologists and scientists. He hopes to better understand his mother's ailment. In his book Genius Foods, he shares what he learned about the foods we eat and how they affect how we perform every day.
Award-winning journalist Maria Shriver praises Genius Foods for connecting topics like dementia prevention with “humor, optimism, and ample enthusiasm.” Dr. Mark Hyman says that Genius Foods comes close to a brain owner’s manual apart from that it’s “fun to read, and written in a way that anyone can understand.”
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- Discussion aid which includes a wealth of prompts and information
- Overall plot synopsis and author biography
- Thought-provoking discussion questions for a deeper examination
- Creative exercises to foster alternate “if this was you” discussions