Eat Smart, Think Smart: How to Use Nutrients and Supplements to Achieve Maximum Mental and Physical Performance

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HarperCollins, 1994 - Medical - 219 pages
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In recent years, scientists have proven that certain compounds found in both common foods and dietary supplements can improve mental capacity. The author of Eat to Win and Eat to Succeed shows how to use nutrients and supplements to achieve maximum performance in every area of life--from memory and learning to sex, crativity, and even sleep.

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Haas, a celebrity nutritionist and author of Eat To Win (Rawson Assocs., 1984) and Eat To Succeed (Dutton, 1987), promotes the idea that appropriate use of nutrients and dietary supplements will allow ... Read full review

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