Build your cognitive resilience, one meal at a time!


Enjoying a high quality of life as you get older means taking care of your brain as much as your body. And research suggests that what you eat today will help (or hurt) your cognitive abilities later.

The MIND Diet explains the science behind mental fitness in an approachable and understandable way. More importantly, this helpful guide presents an easy-to-follow program for keeping your mind sharp by eating the right foods and avoiding brain-harming ones.

Packed with dishes that are not only delicious but also help improve memory, concentration and mental acuity,The MIND Diet’s healthy recipes include:

• Brussels Sprouts Frittata
• Sweet Potato Lentil Soup
• Pistachio Mint Couscous
• Guacamole-Stuffed Tomatoes
• Apricot-Glazed Salmon
• Tango Fish Tacos
• Banana Chocolate Cookies
• Roasted Chicken with Fennel

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“Fantastic book. I enjoy the recipes and find myself talking about this book to my friends all the time. Easy to read and understand.”

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“Simple strategies to invest in your health by eating better. I’m not comfortable in the kitchen and love the simple to follow recipes.”

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“This book provides a great balance between the technical background information, easy to navigate “how to” checklists and suggested recipes to start out with. Additionally, I was amazed by Maggie Moon’s immediate response to a follow up question I had that I posted to her website. You can tell she cares about the topic and is interested in making people successful in following the MIND diet. This is a very easy program to follow and you are encouraged to keep following it even if you miss a few foods as every bit helps. With grandparents who suffered from dementia, this is a very important recommendation to reduce my risk of getting dementia as well. Thank you, Maggie!”

– Amazon review

“The MIND Diet is a well-written, thorough book that I find has many useful foods to help foster brain function. If you’re looking for a book to help give you some insight on how to prevent cognitive decline, this is a good book to start with. The internet can only tell you so much about the relationship between food and one’s mind. I find this book to provide good authority on the subject and provide actionable options for fostering one’s brain function to stave off dementia and the like. We can’t stop getting older, but what we can try stop is losing one’s mind.”

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“As my parents get older, I become more and more aware of their health- including their mental health! The possibility of dementia is always with us as we age, and this book helps us eat food that will hopefully lessen the possibility. These recipes are designed to improve memory and mental acuity. The author is registered nutritionist and knows what she is talking about. The “brain food” in this book is not only healthy, but also delicious! These recipes are detailed and easy to follow. There are even relatively healthy desserts! I am a big fan of this cookbook and have been enjoying it very much. My parents have been loving it too. Highly recommended!
– Amazon review