In a world where stress levels are soaring, depression and anxiety are on the rise, and instances of dementia continue to increase, keeping your brain in tip-top shape has never been more important. Luckily it’s possible to improve focus and memory, reduce stress and promote brain health simply by enjoying a diet rich in the right nutrients.
Delia McCabe has spent over two decades researching exactly what the brain requires to function at its highest potential. The result: this valuable, informative guide, containing her unique 7-step plan designed to help you modify your eating habits quickly and easily and learn to feed your brain what it needs.
Delia McCabe (PhD) shifted her research focus from clinical psychology to nutritional neuroscience upon discovering nutrition’s critical role in mental wellbeing while completing her Masters. Delia’s research into female stress has been published in a number of peer-reviewed journals, she is a regular featured expert in the media and her two internationally available books are available in four languages. Using her background in psychology, combined with evidence-based nutritional neuroscience and neurological perspectives, Delia supports behaviour change and stress resiliency within corporates, and for individuals who want to optimize their brain health, via online courses, workshops and tailored events internationally. Find Delia at www.lby.life
Active Retirees Magazine, June 2017 Active Retirees Magazine has featured Delia’s delicious Golden Vegetable & Cashew Nut Soup recipe. Get the recipe here.
The Transformed Man Show, June 2017 Delia joins Sean Nicholas on The Transformed Man Show to talk about Gut Health, Nourishment, Maximising Brain health and more! Learn more about Sean’s Podcast here.
Over Sixty, March 2017 Over Sixty have featured a number of extracts from Feed Your Brain over the past month. Click the recipes below to view:
Sign of the Times, November 2016 “The important role that your diet plays in keeping your brain healthy and your mind alert” – Click here to read the 4 page article.
Coast and Country, October 2016 “The ultimate guide to getting our brain in tip-top shape and keeping it healthy …” Coast and Country are offering another chance for readers to win a free book, this time Feed Your Brain is up for grabs! Click the image below to find out how to enter and get cracking with those ‘so bad it’s good’ puns.
Beauty New Zealand, Spring 2016 Feed Your Brain featured in the Spring issue of Beauty New Zealand, along with two other Exisle titles; Heartfulness and Mindfulness on the Run.
TV3, The Cafe, August 2016 Delia stopped by TV3’s The Cafe to give some helpful advice on how to improve brain function via nutrition and the foods you eat
I am writing to let you know how wonderfully effective your book has been as a resource for some of my clients with mood swings, and many of my adolescent clients who suffer with depression.
As you discuss in your book, food impacts the brain and your book is a fabulously in depth resource for myself as well as for my clients.
I thank you for putting the information in an easy to read, easy to understand book, and thank you in advance for many more informative books that helps us all to eat well for energy, nutrition and pleasure.
My warmest wishes,
Robyn Rubenstein (MA (Psych) MAHPRA, MAPS, MAAFT, MAJP
Australian Yoga Life, November 2016 “Delia McCabe has spent over two decades researching what the brain needs to function at its highest potential. The results are her 7-step plan that will help you modify your eating habits quickly and easily.”
Grand Forks Herald, October 2016 “McCabe will educate you about nutrients that will help keep your brain in tip top shape, including delicious, fast recipes that promote brain health.”
Australian Nursing Journal, October 2016 “The ultimate guide to getting your brain in shape”
Wellness WA, September 2016 “excellent book on brain function + diet + food and how they all intertwine to create calm, happy moods or depression & anxiety (the best book I’ve read on the subject)”
The Pregnancy Centre, July 2016 “improve focus and memory, reduce stress and anxiety, and think more clearly simply by enjoying a diet rich in the right nutrients …”
PS News, July 2016 “Delia takes you through her seven-step program, simply and clearly, explaining the science behind how the brain works, and showing how vitamins, minerals, fats, oils, carbohydrates and proteins affect brain function.” Full review here.
The Senior, July 2016 “If you have noticed your memory slipping, have trouble focusing, concentrating or learning, or have mood swings and don’t want to go on medication, have poor sleep, or are feeling stressed and anxious all the time, this is the book for you.”