Audiobook:Cavin Balaster How to Feed a Brain Podcast

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Audiobook:Cavin Balaster How to Feed a Brain Podcast

Audiobook:Cavin Balaster How to Feed a Brain Podcast

Want to optimize your brain function? This book teaches you about specific brain-supporting nutrients, how these nutrients affect us, and what we can eat to support our brain function. The author is a survivor of a severe traumatic brain injury that left him comatose with less than a 10% chance of regaining consciousness beyond a vegetative state. In this book, he shares real-life stories of how he used nutrition in his own brain recovery, along with scientific studies and research explaining why and how nutrition makes such a difference in our brain function.

The book includes downloads to printable charts, lists, and user-friendly handouts to take to the grocery store or put on the refrigerator so that readers can easily apply what they learn to optimally feed their brains. The book also provides special instructions for supplementation and tube feeding.

 

 

After sustaining his severe injury, the author devoted years to researching and connecting with doctors, nutritionists, practitioners, neuroscientists, and more to learn how to optimize brain recovery and function. How to Feed a Brain is the culmination of the nutritional tools that he has learned through this journey and used in his own recovery.

This book is not only for someone with a brain injury or disease, but also for anyone seeking to improve their brain. Ready to get started? This book will give you the nutritional tools to optimize your brain function.

Praise for This Book:
“Nutrition is fundamental to our brain health. Time after time, the research and clinical outcomes prove that our dietary choices have a profound effect on our function. In How to Feed a Brain, Cavin uses his own personal experience as an example and creates an easy-to-implement road map of nutritional changes to support your brain function and repair. The concepts he discusses are supported by a growing body of research evidence. This book is a welcome tool for people with neurological conditions and anyone who wants to optimize their brain performance.”
– Dr. Mark Hyman, MD, ten-time New York Times #1 bestselling author and Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine

“His ideas are absolutely in line with current neuroscience and have the added validation of personal experience.”
-Dr. David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, board-certified neurologist and author of New York Times #1 bestselling books The Grain Brain and The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan

 

More About the Author:

 

In 2011 Cavin Balaster sustained a severe traumatic brain injury that left him comatose with less than a 10% chance of ever regaining consciousness beyond a persistent vegetative state. He didn’t eat, walk, or talk for months while he was in the hospital. He was breathing from a tube in his neck, receiving nutrition from a tube in his belly, and his left hand was completely flexed inward.

About a year after his injury, he was introduced to a nutritional protocol that helped him begin to regain some mental clarity. That’s when he dove into an intense study of why nutrition made such a difference. For over 6 years, he has devoted his life to studying metabolism, neurometabolism, mechanisms of neuroplasticity, neuroscience, and nutrition, while reaching out to doctors, researchers, practitioners, and neuroscientists, to learn everything he can to optimize his brain function and to maximize his recovery.

Cavin started an award-winning blog and a podcast (“Adventures in Brain Injury”), where he interviews doctors, practitioners, researchers, and others involved in neurorehabilitation and brain function. It is available on iTunes and at adventuresinbraininjury.com. He went on to found feedabrain.com. Audiobook:Cavin Balaster How to Feed a Brain Podcast

Cavin wrote this book to share with others the nutritional information that has helped him to regain his brain function, in hopes of changing lives and helping others improve their brains.

 

About the Author

 

In 2011 Cavin Balaster sustained a severe traumatic brain injury that left him comatose with less than a 10% chance of ever regaining consciousness beyond a persistent vegetative state. He didn’t eat, walk, or talk for months while he was in the hospital. He was breathing from a tube in his neck, receiving nutrition from a tube in his belly, and his left hand was completely flexed inward. About a year after his injury, he was introduced to a nutritional protocol that helped him begin to regain some mental clarity. That’s when he dove into an intense study of why nutrition made such a difference. For over 6 years, he has devoted his life to studying metabolism, neurometabolism, mechanisms of neuroplasticity, neuroscience, and nutrition, while reaching out to doctors, researchers, practitioners, and neuroscientists, to learn everything he can to optimize his brain function and to maximize his recovery. Cavin started an award-winning blog and a podcast (“Adventures in Brain Injury”), where he interviews doctors, practitioners, researchers, and others involved in neurorehabilitation and brain function. It is available on iTunes and at adventuresinbraininjury.com. How to Feed a Brain is the culmination of the nutritional tools Cavin has learned through this journey. He wrote this book to share with others the nutritional information that has helped him to regain his brain function, in hopes of changing lives and helping others improve their brains. Audiobook:Cavin Balaster How to Feed a Brain Podcast

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