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The XX Brain: The Groundbreaking Science Empowering Women to Maximize Cognitive Health and Prevent Alzheimer's Disease Hardcover – Illustrated, March 10, 2020
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"This extraordinary book gives women cutting-edge, research-based advice on what they particularly need to know to keep their brains functioning at maximum capacity. Highly recommended!"—JJ Virgin, New York Times bestselling author of The Virgin Diet
"Women over 35 need to know that perimenopause is a dramatic transition state not just in terms of mood, sex drive, and hot flashes—but in terms of brain health and function. Lisa Mosconi is the leading authority on the female brain as it navigates hormonal upheaval, and she is here to close our knowledge gap. I give her extraordinary new book my highest recommendation!"—Sara Gottfried, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Hormone Cure
"Women’s brains have unique risk factors for dementia that until now have been ignored by science. Lisa Mosconi’s path-breaking work changes this paradigm to show women how they specifically can protect and enhance brain function throughout life. Essential reading!"—Max Lugavere, New York Times bestselling author of Genius Foods
"This is a groundbreaking, must-read book, right on target with what I have found about women’s brains. As we age it is critical for us to act aggressively in promoting not just our health but our brain health through lifestyle. I highly recommend it!"—Anna Cabeca, DO, author of The Hormone Fix
"The XX Brain is a must read for every woman who wants to protect her brain. Dr Mosconi presents invaluable information and practical solutions to be—and stay—your best."—Louann Brizendine MD, author of The Female Brain
"The XX Brain is an exciting and empowering read for all women. Dr. Mosconi provides actionable advice to protect your brain and thrive throughout your lifetime! I highly recommend making your brain a priority now and taking charge before the inevitable hormonal shifts of perimenopause. In this book, Dr. Mosconi will show you how."—Dr. Jolene Brighten, MD, author of Beyond the Pill
"The XX Brain is a wealth of vital information about brain health. For too long brain health has not been considered women's health, and Dr. Mosconi is having none of that! In an accessible and relatable way she provides women with the necessary background information and tools to be empowered about brain health. Whether you have a family history of Alzheimer's disease, are struggling with brain fog in menopause, or just want to know more, this book is for you. I learned a lot, and I'm eager to share this information with my colleagues and my patients. Taking care of your brain starts with this book."—Dr. Jen Gunter, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Vagina Bible
"In her new book, The XX Brain, she [Dr. Mosconi] explains the differences between the female and male brains and explores the different ways the brain affects women’s health. She offers practical tips on how to optimize brain health and discusses the unique risks women have for developing Alzheimer’s disease and actions they can take to help prevent it."—The Wall Street Journal
"In The XX Brain, Mosconi makes a compelling argument: Brain health is women’s health."—goop
"The XX Brain: I'm buying this for every woman I love in my life."—Mandy Moore
About the Author
- Item Weight : 1.25 pounds
- Hardcover : 368 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0593083113
- ISBN-13 : 978-0593083116
- Product Dimensions : 6.1 x 1.2 x 9.3 inches
- Publisher : Avery; Illustrated Edition (March 10, 2020)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,275 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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One thing that Dr. Mosconi mentions early in her book is that this disease begins 20 to 30 years before symptoms appear. All the more reason that the younger generation of women should read this now and take action to improve their mental health. (I am in my 70's now and, of course, I wish this book was available years ago..But, she does state that it is never too late to start the steps listed...results will be obtained).
It is a book full of information, an interesting read and the author has spent her life researching women and their health issues...I was amazed to read that clinical trials were given to men and not women...just a few years ago. The male medical profession is learning (albeit it slowly) about women. The disparity is not only financially but also includes intellectual, legal and medical areas. This outstanding book will provide the reader with some important tools to assist them.
Lots of interesting recipes at the end, as well. I will admit that I normally do not purchase organic products. My problem has always been that the prices are high and am unsure of the organic testing that is done on them.
And, on a personal note which really does not belong here, I am one of thousands in the US that provided care for my Mom. She had Lewy Body Dementia and had no idea who I was for 14 months or so. We both went on a journey together and it was indeed a painful one for me. She always worried about Alzheimer's and what would happen. I always told her 'you'll be fine, Mom, as you won't know..." She passed away in 2003 and I think of her often... Not all bad in retrospect as we made cookies, looked at old photographs, listened to her favorite music and spent a lot of time together... (I stopped working in my mid-50's to care for her and never returned to the work force).. And, I would do it again in a heartbeat.
If there is one book that I would recommend for the younger women in my life this would be the one. The last part lists all of the author's sources.
Most highly recommended.
In this book she explained very well and easy to understand how femail brain works, how to prevent Alzheimer's, where to help... Amazing book! I would highly recommend to anyone I know!