Annie Fenn, M.D. with Dr. Jeanne Rosner – Brain Health Kitchen
Annie Fenn photo courtesy of the author
Author Event: Top ten brain-smart ingredients & shows that eating to maintain brain health is easy
In-person author event
* Saturday, February 4, 4:00 pm
A physician and chef identifies the top ten brain-smart ingredients and shows that eating to maintain brain health is easy, accessible, delicious, and necessary for everyone.
The foods we choose to eat (or not) sit at the core of the Alzheimer’s epidemic. In Annie Fenn’s The Brain Health Kitchen, readers will learn exactly how making the right choices about the foods we select and cook, and how we eat them, can keep our brains younger, sharper, more vibrant, and much less prone to dementia.
Dr. Annie Fenn is the founder of the Brain Health Kitchen, the only cooking school of its kind focused exclusively on brain health and helping people prevent cognitive decline through food and lifestyle. After 20 years as a board-certified ob-gyn, she traded in her stethoscope for an apron to pursue her passion for the culinary arts. But it was her mother’s diagnosis with early-onset dementia that helped Fenn find her path and her new calling, one that enabled her to not only help her mother but also create significant and meaningful impact for others. Fenn lives in Jackson, Wyoming. This is her first book. Find her on Instagram @brainhealthkitchen
In conversation with Dr. Jeanne Rosner, a nutrition educator at local middle and high schools throughout the Bay area and creator of SOUL (seasonal, organic, unprocessed, local) Food Salon.
51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera, CA 94925