In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Julie Morris about nootropics and boosting your brain performance. Her energy is so high and cheerful which really helps us see that she doesn’t just talk about the superfood talk, but she walks the superfood walk! We talk about what actually makes a superfood a superfood and if they are necessary. We talk about nootropics, a category of superfoods to help specifically improve cognitive functioning. And if you want to know about coffee, we cover how that affects your cognition a well.
Julie Morris is a natural food chef, culinary consultant, and bestselling author of five superfood cookbooks including Smart Plants: Power Foods & Natural Nootropics for Optimized Thinking, Focus & Memory. She is also the founder of Luminberry, an online superfood cooking education center that showcases how to cook with nature’s most revitalizing foods.
In this episode we discuss:
- Plants in the bedroom
- No two plants are alike
- What is a superfood
- How to choose your superfoods
- Your plate is an Opportunity
- How food makes you feel
- Types of purple berries
- Coffee yay or nay?
- Coffee alternatives
- How to know how much
Links to things we mentioned:
ENERGYBits – use “planttrainers” at checkout for a discount!
The World’s Most Powerful Superfoods with Catharine Arnston – PTP302
A Special Episode on The Truth About Superfoods – PTP262
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Mary Lou Fusi
Mark Jeffrey Johnson
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