My baby! ❤ I just HAD to start you off with a bit of cuteness. My little Cujo gives the best snuggles. Tonight as I was putting some final touches on this post I just could not resist his charm, so I decided to share. 😉 Ok, onto the good stuff!
While other kids were off eating mud pies or jumping on the trampoline all summer long, I could be found devouring my newest book. I seriously had a problem (I actually told other kids I was allergic to the sun…. Cue Dracula music). In my defense though books are amazing. They allow you to travel to new worlds, experience different cultures, try on another persons skin and in some cases they open your eyes to a whole new world of truth. That obsession has been revived in adulthood. Seriously do not interrupt my reading or my audiobook. I may cause bodily harm. (Or more likely subject you to some serious eye rolling.) Here is a review of one of the books I recently finished reading.
Brain Maker is a brand new book by bestselling author Dr. David Perlmutter. I recently came across this book on Audible.com and I am so glad I did.
Brain Maker is one of those books that take you by surprise. When I first found it I was like “ok, I know I need to avoid grains. Tell me something I don’t know.” This book did just that. Using cold hard facts and staggering statistics Brain Maker plunges you into the world that exsists within. The latest scientific studies are revealing just how intimate the connection between our gut bacteria and our brain health really is. This connection plays an astounding roll in the development of diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism, ADD and more! Using logic that rivals even our friend Mr. Spock; Dr. Perlmutter delivers truth bomb after truth bomb. He lays out just what these new studies mean for not only us, but future generations as well. This is certainly a must read for anyone looking to improve mental clarity, lose weight, heal digestive issues or beat the odds when is comes to Alzheimer’s. Grab your copy right here-
* A low carb approach is discussed in this book. I want to make you my readers aware that while I recommend this book; I do not typically recommend a low carb lifestyle long term. Low carb can be good therapeutically however for longer duration there are many factors that must be assessed. I still recommend this book. I feel the information it contains is too important for people to pass by, simply because of a disagreement over carb counts.
– Lady Bug