Nutrition and The Brain

Elizabeth Owings, MD

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Job Title / Position: Board Certified General Surgery (Additional training in Critical Care Medicine and Pediatric Surgery)

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“The building of a perfect body crowned by a perfect brain is at once the greatest earthly problem and the grandest hope of the race.” ~ Dio Lewis

The human brain, that relatively small but extremely important part of our anatomy, is the master control organ of the body. Amongst other functions, it is responsible for mood, memory, learning and cognition, and it influences our daily habits. Going beyond conventional paradigms of health (absence of disease), Dr. Owings talks about how your nutrition, health and habits affect brain function, and what you can do to preserve and strengthen this “miracle organ.”

Nutrition and the Brain

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