August 28, 2017

the latest and tastiest risk reduction ..

*These resources are available for loan to members of AANSW - if you would like to reserve them please email the Library on nsw.library@alzheimers.org.au

Better brain food : eat to cheat dementia and cognitive decline (2017)

On average we can expect to live 10 or 20 years longer than our grandparents' generation. 

These extra years are a wonderful bonus but also impose unprecedented challenges to our bodies and brains. 

Recent scientific investigations have uncovered foods and ingredients that can help protect brain cells from damage by oxidation and inflammation, and keep the systems that support them working as well as possible. 

There is no magic pill (and beware of anyone who claims a simple solution), but there is evidence-based advice on foods and lifestyle strategies that can give your brain the best chance of peak health. 

An international authority on nutrition for aged care, dietitian Ngaire Hobbins presents a compelling argument that the food you eat can make a big difference to your quality of life as you age.

Combined with inspiring recipes that offer optimal nutrition for brain health and can be adapted for households for singles to larger families, Better Brain Food is the lifestyle guide you need as you or those you love grow old.




 
Eat to Cheat Ageing: what you eat helps you make 60 'the new 50' and 80 'the new 70'

Eat to Cheat Ageing is based on the science of nutrition for ageing but written for the everyday reader as well as health professionals. It is not a fad diet. It’s about going back to basics: eating and enjoying real food, being active at a level that works for you and being able to live life to the full.
Learn how the food is vital in maintaining every one of your body’s organs, keeps your blood coursing through your veins and oxygen through your body. Learn how to fight illness and infection, repair bumps and bruises, combat Type 2 Diabetes, and keep your brain adequately fuelled and your mind firing as you’d like it to.
Learn why dieting to lose weight in older age is one of the worst things you can do to your physical and mental well-being.




The Alzheimer's prevention cookbook : recipes to boost brain health

contents:Introduction: preventing Alzheimer's disease with nutrition -- pt. 1. The science of Alzheimer's disease. What is Alzheimer's disease? -- Food versus supplements -- Vitamin B and the brain -- Preventing cell damage with antioxidants -- Inflammation: turning down the heat in the brain -- Fats: the bad, the good, and the superior -- The Mediterranean diet: full-package protection against Alzheimer's -- pt. 2. Recipes for brain health. Drinks -- Breakfasts -- Snacks and starters -- Soups --  Salads and sandwiches -- Main dishes -- Vegetables, grains, and legumes -- Condiments and dressings.

Strong medical evidence suggests that simple changes and additions to your diet can reduce the risk or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and memory loss. 

In The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook, Dr. Marwan Sabbagh outlines the latest evidence-based research on Alzheimer’s and nutrition, and presents a dietary plan with nearly 100 recipes to enhance your health. Incorporating high-powered brain-boosting ingredients like turmeric, cinnamon, leafy greens, and even red wine, the recipes developed by Food Network star chef Beau MacMillan are also full of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and omega-3s. 

The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook is a science-to-table plan that can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and its strategies and recipes—from sandwiches to salads and beverages to main dishes—can also diminish your chances of developing other inflammatory illnesses like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. This combination cookbook and health guide is a powerful, proactive, and preventive approach to achieving optimum brain health.

The CSIRO healthy heart program
This book is your comprehensive guide to the CSIRO's CLIP (Complete Lifestyle Program) eating and exercise plan, which is designed to look after the health of your whole cardiovascular system and helps you to cut your risk of heart attack, stroke, Type 2 diabetes and other complications of carrying too much weight. Following the formula from the Total Wellbeing Diet books, this book includes: information on heart disease risks and how to avoid them; the full CLIP eating plan with both higher-protein and higher-carbohydrate options; 12 weeks of full menu plans, including advice for vegetarians; a simple exercise program, and more than 100 delicious recipes.


Brain food : the essential guide to boosting your brain power
Eating the right foods can dramatically improve the performance of your brain and help you to think quicker, have a clearer memory and maintain a brighter outlook. This book contains 50 nutritious recipes to boost memory power, reduce stress and beat depression. Identify the key IQ-boosting foods and discover how to fuel your brain and eat your way to exam success!

 
 
Low fat meals in minutes
Catering to modern lifestyles, these recipes involve a minimum of fuss to prepare and are low in fat, salt and sugar. Contents include stir-fries, barbecue marinades made in minutes, almost-vegetarian dishes, pastas and risottos, snacks, party foods, brunches and lunches.



Healthy food fast : ways to get more fruit and vegies into your day



Carers' recipe book : quick and easy meals
This recipe book was formulated for carers who, in their caring role, do not have much time to prepare quick and easy, healthy meals. Compiled by the staff of Great Lakes Neighbour Aid and Great Lakes Centre-Based Respite Service, the recipes have been donated by carers in the Great Lakes Shire and staff of Forster Home Flexi Care.
4 ingredients. 2. : [over 400 fast, fabulous & flavoursome recipes using 4 or fewer ingredients]
4 Ingredients 2 has over 400 new recipes all using the 4 Ingredients way of cooking; all recipes have 4 or fewer ingredients; all can be measured in terms of cup, teaspoon and tablespoon; the methodology is explained on average using 4 sentences and; all recipes use ingredients mostly found in your pantry or fridge already! 4 Ingredients was the biggest selling non-fiction book in the Australian market in 2007.



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