I perused Change Your Brain, Change Your Body Cookbook at my local bn and found it to be really pretty but not up to what I was hoping for. It lists 50 brain boosters such as salmon and almonds and then has recipes that include those brain boosters with notations on the recipe as to how many brain boosters it has. these 50 superfoods are also listed on his website which you could look at for free and then apply this to any old cookbook. I much prefer the The Younger (Thinner) You Diet: How Understanding Your Brain Chemistry Can Help You Lose Weight, Reverse Aging, and Fight Disease that breaks it down to which neurotransmitters are being supported in each recipe as well as list of spices, herbs, foods, ingredients so that you can customize your own meals; in that book each menu is notated with whether it boosts GABA, dopamine, serotonin, or acetylcholine. This information helps you to boost the aspects of your brain that you want boosted and not possibly cause more of an inbalance to your neurotransmitter ratio levels by further stimulating those that are already too high in relation to the others. Change Your Brain, Change Your Body Cookbook is also one of the thinnest cookbooks I've held in years. However, Amen's cookbook is prettier with beautiful photos; I will pass on it though as I already know what is in this cookbook; if you want a basic beginning superfood cookbook, though, you might really enjoy this one.
Another cookbook I prefer for more nutrient-dense foods is Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) and Dr. Fuhrman's Secrets to Healthy Cooking DVD