The number of elderly people in the world increases every year, according to several surveys.
And, since life expectancy is also increasing, they are more likely to develop dementia related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s.
As the years go by, their neurons degenerate, affecting their memory, reasoning, language and even behavior.
However, it’s possible to delay this effect with healthy habits such as exercise, good sleep patterns, and a healthy diet.
According to researchers at the University of California, you don’t have to wait 10 years for a new miracle drug to appear to treat the disease.
You can start today by making a few changes to your diet.
A diet containing natural compounds has reversed the symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s in mice that have been genetically engineered to develop the disease.
According to they researchers performing these experiments, this treatment will be explored in more depth focusing mainly on substances derived from plants.
Did you like the idea and want to try it out?
Here’s what you do:
To boost your diet, start by including good fats, fruits, vegetables, seeds, and whole grains in your diet.
Ok, now you know what items to put include in your diet to aid in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s.
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