Rethink the Way You Eat to Get ‘Head Strong’ [REVIEW]

Frustrated

Are you chronically frustrated, sluggish, and hungry? Take charge of your life and fix your brain in just two weeks with Dave Asprey’s Head Strong. (Photo by iStock)

Every day we make countless decisions. What should we wear? When do we eat? Where will we go? If these little decisions seem to frustrate you, it’s time to fix your brain, and the bulletproof executive, Dave Asprey, is here to help us get our heads back on straight with his new book, Head Strong. 

Dave Asprey's HEAD STRONG

Harper Wave

This follow-up volume to his bestselling book, The Bulletproof Diet, focuses our attention on how and what we fuel our bodies with when we are hungry. It also promises to unleash our brain’s energy so we can work smarter and think faster in just two weeks.

To begin with, Asprey helps us understand the neuroscience of the human brain. Then he teaches us how to provide food for our brain which will both stimulate us and increase our energy level. Doing so leads to long lasting effects too, such as increased memory performance and healthier cells. How does this happen? Simply stated, we have to change the food we eat.

Why is this important? Asprey shows us that the prefrontal cortex in our brain controls our mood. But we have to feed it proper nutrition for it to function properly. Otherwise, we get mood swings, our behavior changes, and our decision making skills are impaired, which can ultimately cause untold damage to us and to our relationships with others.

Asprey gives us reason for hope though. He helps us to see that we need balance in our lives, and we create this by eating food rich in nutrients, exercising with the goal of replenishing our spirit, and by reducing environmental influences such as metals, noise, and LED lights.

I learned so much from reading Head Strong that I can’t wait to incorporate in my own life. Take my advice: pick up a copy of this life-changing, brain-strengthening book today. Your mind, body, and spirit will thank you.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dave Asprey

Dave Asprey

Dave Asprey, founder of the Bulletproof Executive blog, is a Silicon Valley investor and technology entrepreneur who spent 15 years and over $300,000 learning to hack his own biology.

Dave lost one hundred pounds without counting calories or doing excessive exercise; upgraded his IQ by more than twenty points; and lowered his biological age–all the while learning to sleep better in less time.

Mastering these seemingly impossible things transformed him into a better entrepreneur, a better husband and a better father. Dave’s blog reaches 1.5 million unique monthly visitors, and his #1 ranked podcast has been downloaded 5 million times.

You can also connect with Dave on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

HEAD STRONG: THE BULLETPROOF PLAN TO ACTIVATE UNTAPPED BRAIN ENERGY TO WORK SMARTER AND THINK FASTER—IN JUST TWO WEEKS
By Dave Asprey
352 pgs. Harper Wave. $27.99

You may purchase this book at one of these fine online retailers: HarperCollins, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

Head Strong is brought to you in association with TLC Book Tours.

TLC Book Tours Tour Host

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About Heather Fink
Heather Fink is a writer, bibliophile and award-winning librarian who loves to introduce the next generation of readers to the wonderful world of books. She currently resides in Texas.

2 Responses to Rethink the Way You Eat to Get ‘Head Strong’ [REVIEW]

  1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this book for the tour!

  2. Jathan Fink says:

    Reblogged this on Jadeworks Entertainment and commented:

    It’s been said that man only uses one tenth of one percent of his brain. But what if you could tap into your potential, live better, be happier, and even raise your IQ? Now you can in Dave Asprey’s HEAD STRONG. See why our team is going crazy over this insightful new book!

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