eating for brain health: a cookbook project

thinkfood

I was pretty stoked back in March when I was asked to take part in a cookbook project, and now that it has come to fruition, I’m thrilled to be able to share it all with you. The ThinkFood Cookbook is sponsored and published by Posit Science. In an effort to raise awareness about brain health and eating foods that are rich in ingredients beneficial for your brain, Posit Science asked 50 bloggers from around the globe to contribute a brain-healthy recipe to the book. Starting today, you can join the recipe-of-the-week campaign (Sign up here — www.thinkfoodcookbook.com — it’s free!) and receive one recipe from the ThinkFood cookbook in your email inbox every Wednesday. The recipes are a fun mix of snacks, appetizers, sides and salads, main courses, and desserts. I hope some of you will check it out and sign up to receive the recipes. I can’t share my recipe with you just yet, but when it’s my week, I’ll be sure to let you all know right here on Shelterrific. — Erica P.

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