Before You Get Pregnant: How to Sow the Best Seeds for Your Baby’s Developing Brain
Are you planning a pregnancy soon?
Do you want your child to have the very best start in life?
Author Chong Chen, with his background in medicine, psychiatry and brain science, brings his vast knowledge to bear in his book, Before You Get Pregnant: How to Sow the Best Seeds for Your Baby’s Developing Brain, which is designed to help your child develop its brain before it is even born. With well-researched evidence, in-depth and detailed information and a thought-provoking writing style, you will uncover all the facts you’ll need, through chapters on:
- Planning your pregnancy
- Eating healthily
- The benefits of physical activity
- Cutting out smoking and alcohol
- Keeping your body weight in check
- Enhancing your mental health
- Achieving family harmony
- And more…
Are you pregnant or thinking about starting a family?
Do you want the best start possible for your baby, even before you give birth?
Dr Chong Chen delivers more insights into how to give your child the best start in life in this latest edition of his series, Your Baby’s Developing Brain.
In this latest installment, The Wonder of Prenatal Education: Why You Should Listen to Mozart and Sing to Your Baby While Pregnant, you will learn some incredible things about your unborn child, such as:
The Seed of Intelligence: Boost Your Baby’s Developing Brain through Optimal Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle
Do you want to give your child the best possible start in life?
Do you want to do it in a completely natural way, even before they take their first breath?
Your child’s brain is developing long before they make their entrance into the world and it is just as important to help it to grow at this stage of life as it is in any other.
With his latest book on child development - The Seed of Intelligence – Dr Chong Chen explores the needs your unborn child has and how you can provide them, through:
- How to sow the seeds of intelligence
- Maintaining a healthy diet and getting adequate nutrition
- Weight gain during pregnancy
- Nutritional supplements
- Avoiding toxic chemicals and environmental risks
- Working and physical activity
- Getting proper sleep
- And lots more…
Chocolate and the Nobel Prize: The Book of Brain Food
Do you understand the benefits of eating the right foods?
Are you aware that our mental and physical health begins and ends with the food we put into our bodies?
Eating the right food has always been important. As far back as ancient China it was known that food and medicine were closely linked, if not the same, and Hippocrates once quoted, "let food be thy medicine."
Neuroscientist Dr. Chong Chen’s latest book, Chocolate and the Nobel Prize: The Book of Brain Food, citing over 400 scientific reports, examines our relationship with food and what the right kind does for us, through chapters on:
Psychology for Pregnancy: How Your Mental Health During Pregnancy Programs Your Baby’s Developing Brain
Are you pregnant or planning a pregnancy in the near future?
Do you want to make sure that your mental health won’t have a negative impact on your baby’s developing brain?
It is a certainty that your mental health can influence the way your developing baby’s brain is programmed while it is still in the womb. It can be a worrying thought, but there are ways that you can make sure that you reduce the risks.
In Psychology for Pregnancy: How Your Mental Health During Pregnancy Programs Your Baby’s Developing Brain, Dr Chong Chen, examines way for you to eliminate many of the risks, looking at things like:
The fundamental principles of parenting
Paternal psychological health and why it matters too
And much more…
Fitness Powered Brains: Optimize Your Productivity, Leadership And Performance
The world of business is changing.
Productivity and effective leadership are precious commodities.
The right strategies for achieving optimal performance are essential.
In this new bestseller, neuroscientist presents groundbreaking findings: fitness training increases the number of neurons in our brains; boosts brain efficiency; improves productivity; reduces stress; and more…