Brain Workout by MS Ruth Winter

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"Until recently, it was believed that as the years pass, the brain inevitably deteriorates in all of its many functions. Now, according to Dr. Arthur Winter, a neurosurgeon and the director of the New Jersey Neurological Institute, studies show that the brain can continue to develop and repair itself, even in old age, and that with simple daily exercises, the proper diet, and the right kind of mental stimulation, you can learn to strengthen and maintain your brain's power to near maximum capacity throughout your lifetime.

Brain Workout is a complete regimen with dozens of easy-to-follow exercise in each chapter and tips that include:

Aiding memory
Stimulating and improving sight, hearing, and the sense of smell, touch, and taste
How certain foods affect us mentally and emotionally
Medicines that improve brain capacity and chemicals that dull brain function
The importance of oxygen to the brain, and what exercise will increase its flow

About MS Ruth Winter

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Arthur Winter is a graduate of Frostburg State University (located in the mountains of western Maryland), where he received his BS in chemistry. Currently, he is a fourth-year doctoral student in organic chemistry at the University of Maryland in College Park, where his research involves studying extremely short-lived reactive intermediates ( Ruth Winter, M.S., is an award-winning science writer who is nationally known for her many books and magazine articles in "Family Circle, "Woman's Day, "Good Housekeeping, and "Reader's Digest. She is also the author of "A Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients, "A Consumer's Dictionary of Medicines: Prescription, Over-the-Counter, Homeopathic, and Herbal, and "Poisons in Your Food.
Published October 29, 2003 by iUniverse. 258 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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