Foods For Parkinson’s Diseases

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Dietary factors may interact with the disease with disease-causing in molecular cascades that either promote or prevent the degeneration of neurons. Epidemiologic findings suggest that high-calorie diets and folic acid deficiency increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder that affects movement.

Parkinson’s signs and symptoms may include:

Tremor: A tremor usually begins in limbs, generally in the hand (Palm area) and finger 

Slowed movement: Parkinson’s disease may slow down movement which makes simple tasks difficult and time–consuming.

Rigid muscles: muscle stiffness may occur in any of our body .this stiff muscle can be very painful and can limit the range of motion.

Impaired posture and balance.

Loss of automatic movements: ability to perform unconscious movement decreases including blinking, smiling or swinging arms.

Speech changes: the voice may become soft, slur or stammering, hesitation before speaking may occur.  Intermittent Fasting For Weight Loss

Diet and management

Eating Mediterranean diet which emphasizes fruits, vegetable and olive oil are with lower risk of this disease. Individuals who have higher level of fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid in their blood may have a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease .The elderly are more prone to diseases due to lowered synthesis of antioxidants in the body reduced food intake, physical activity and resistance to infections. Present research shows that 600g/ day of antioxidant-rich in fruits and vegetable should be taken by an elderly person. The dietary modification may be helpful most with cognitive impairment. Following are some foods that can help with symptoms:

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