Nick Coriat | Eat Your Brain

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Eat Your Brain

by Nick Coriat

A 'must hear' inspirational story of a successful navigation of depression, panic and anxiety, including essential points on the importance of nutrition in achieving optimal brain health.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Believe
1:47 album only
2. Where Do I start
2:07 album only
3. Gently Rocking
4:28 album only
4. Stress and Distress
3:53 album only
5. 7 Years
2:05 album only
6. What You Put in Your Mouth
5:08 album only
7. Reconcile
3:08 album only
8. Feed Me Part 1
4:03 album only
9. Feed Me Part 2
11:22 album only
10. Fishy
8:40 album only
11. In Conclusion
1:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I believe that as a species we experience too much pain.

I believe that some of us are more predisposed than others to
experience intense stress, but that given the current global climate - economically & environmentally - we are all suffering
greater levels of un-ease, dis-ease and anxiousness.

I believe that our current food choices and intake are grossly
nutritionally deficient and energy intense, and this is placing us in a
situation where we are experiencing greater and greater levels of
illness, disease, chronic emotional pain and intense confusion.

I believe that what we put in our mouth provides the basis for what our body has to build itself. Our body is incredibly powerful but it requires certain essential nutrients, some of which can only be supplied by us by way of what we put in our mouth - if these essentials are missing or deficient we pay accordingly.

I believe that there exists a huge potential to help ourselves and each other to get better if we choose to stop for a minute, remember and act with awareness.

I believe we owe it to ourselves and others, to learn and remember, how to nourish ourselves and each other properly, so we can experience greater health, happiness, better relationships and greater mutual

I believe that once we seize this opportunity to help ourselves and
each other, much of the suffering which is currently reaching epidemic proportions, will be alleviated.

I believe we that have suffered enough ... Do you ?

In 'Eat Your Brain - why what you put in your mouth effects how you think and feel', find out what you can do to help yourself, friends or loved ones, build their resilience to stress and lead happy, healthy and productive lives.



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