Dr. Lisa Mosconi

author of “Brain Food: The surprising science of eating for cognitive power”

Dr. Lisa Mosconi on KCRW

We go on diets for our bodies -- to lose weight or to feel better. We rarely think about what food does to our most complex organ: the brain.

The connection between food and brain health

We go on diets for our bodies -- to lose weight or to feel better. We rarely think about what food does to our most complex organ: the brain.

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