Your Baby’s Developing Brain

Are you pregnant or thinking about starting a family?

Do you want the best start possible for your baby, providing them with natural brain development?

Do you want to make sure your own mental health won’t have a negative impact on your baby’s developing brain?

In this fascinating, well-researched and informative series, Your Baby’s Developing Brain, author Dr. Chong Chen uses the knowledge he has gleaned from years of painstaking research, to help you give your unborn baby the start in life it deserves, with a look at things like:

  • How to sow the seeds of intelligence
  • The fundamental principles of parenting
  • Diet, weight and nutrition
  • Avoiding environmental risks
  • Getting the right amount of sleep
  • How to educate your unborn baby
  • Music to listen to
  • Managing emotions
  • And much more…

Getting the right start in life is important for every child. It is a challenge for parents to know what is best and how to achieve it, but with this series to help you can eliminate many of the dangers and begin your child’s education while it’s still in the womb.

Get your copy of this illuminating series, Your Baby’s Developing Brain, now and give your child the perfect start in life!

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Book One Psychology for Pregnancy: How Your Mental Health During Pregnancy Programs Your Baby’s Developing Brain

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Book Two The Seed of Intelligence: Boost Your Baby’s Developing Brain Through Optimal Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle

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Book Three The Wonder of Prenatal Education: Why You Should Listen to Mozart and Sing to Your Baby While Pregnant

Endorsement

Believe it or not, everything starts in the womb. A pregnancy’s full potential can be reached through a careful analysis and adjustment of the mother’s external and mental world…“Your Baby’s Developing Brain” Series by Dr. Chong Chen is a great resource to add to your knowledge about the way we function as humans and how to assist future tiny humans to reach their best physical and psychological potential.

I believe Dr. Chong Chen’s work is socially valuable, not only due to its content and immediate impact, but mainly because it promotes a lifestyle based on personal responsibility and engagement. We have the scientific data to better understand and even control significant parts of our lives. We can now update our knowledge, our attitudes and we can act accordingly, gradually changing the immediate world we live in and in time, contributing to the global social development and progress.

— Lucia GrosaruPsychology Corner

A very impressive work. There are many books on maternal mental health during pregnancy, but this is the first one that links it to the baby’s developing brain. In Psychology for Pregnancy, Dr. Chen presents the groundbreaking finding that maternal mental health powerfully “programs” the baby’s life-long intellectual, emotional, and social development. Psychology for Pregnancy is a must-read for every parent who cares about the future of their child.

Dr. Takeshi Inoue, Professor of Psychiatry, Tokyo Medical University, Japan

Psychology for Pregnancy is pleasurable, informative, and motivating, all at the same time. There is converging evidence from epidemiological, epigenetic, and animal studies that pregnancy is a critical period for the development of mental ability and resiliency. Dr. Chen describes groundbreaking new research in an easy-to-understand way. He goes in-depth about the practical implications of these findings and how you can start contributing to the healthy development of your child’s brain right now. I highly recommend this book to parents, future parents, and their relatives and friends.

— Dr. Gregor Hasler, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Bern, Switzerland; Secretary, Section of Affective Disorders, World Psychiatric Association

I would definitely recommend Psychology for Pregnancy to everyone. I had never thought of how much your psychological state could affect you and your baby during pregnancy. As I read the title I didn’t know it would be so inspiring before reading the whole book. There were so many great things in this book.

— Sharrell Porter, Exercise Physiologist

A groundbreaking synthesis of the state-of-the-art scientific data, The Seed of Intelligence is a great resource for all expecting parents.

— Dr. Yutaka Matsuoka, Chief, Division of Health Care Research, Center for Public Health Sciences, National Cancer Center Japan; Vice President, International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research

If you are parents-to-be, you are definitely busy in preparing to welcome your little sweetheart. But wait, before you even plan working out which nursery to enroll, Dr. Chong Chen’s latest book The Wonder of Prenatal Education gets you and your little one ready well ahead! Scientifically based and easy to read, it’s a pearl that you can’t miss to be the successful-parents-to-be!

— Dr. Albert Chung, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Hong Kong

The Wonder of Prenatal Education has been a real eye opener for me. I am expecting my second child and I have found the information in this book practical and well explained. It has given me knowledge I didn’t have in my previous pregnancy, which is based on scientific fact.

— Lisa Birch, A second time expecting mom