Tuesday, April 5, 2016

List of Food Help Prevent Neurological Diseases

Alzheimer's is a disease that attacks the nervous system, in which the patient is experiencing problems with his memory. Although there is no cure for this disease, now researchers have found that certain foods can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease if consumed regularly.
Reporting from Korea Herald, according to Dr. Moon Yeon-Sil from Konkuk University Medical Center, people who implement the Mediterranean diet has a much lower chance of developing Alzheimer's disease than those who did not apply. The Mediterranean diet is a nutritional recommendation inspired by the traditional dietary patterns of the countries of Greece, Southern Italy and Spain. This diet consists of high consumption of olive oil, nuts, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fish.

Although doctors do not do your own research, he cites a study 'The Taub Institute for Research in Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain's 2006 "are discovering that adopting a Mediterranean diet associated with reduced risk for the condition. He also said to consume coffee and milk one cup each day can defer 30 percent less tumor growth.

Caffeine is known to block inflammation in the brain, specifically adenosine receptor, which can start a chain reaction that triggers a decrease in cognitive thought. While milk, on the other hand, is known as one of the best sources of vitamin B12 are thought to reduce neurological damage to the brain that can lead to Alzheimer's disease.

Nuts contain lots of fiber, low in fat and protein for the growth of brain cells. Nuts are rich in vitamin E, which is known to lower the risk of Alzheimer's disease, while fish rich in fatty acids and omega-3. Among fruits, berries are the only fruit that can slow brain decline thanks to the content flavonolnya.

To prevent or delay Alzheimer's disease, Dr. Moon recommends to consume the food on top while keeping the following foods from the diet. Namely red meat four times a week, fast food, fried foods, and cheese is less than one week, butter or margarine less than seven tablespoons of the week and cake or candy is less than five times a week.

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