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Published on: January 11, 2012
by Kyle J. Norton for Medical Advisor Journals:
Alzheimer’s disease is a brain disorder named after German physician Alois Alzheimer. Alzheimer’s destroys brain cells, causing problems with memory, thinking and behavior severe enough to affect language communication, memory, lifelong hobbies or social life. Alzheimer’s gets worse over time, and it is fatal. In this article, we will discuss how food intake will help to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease.
Curry is the Indian favor which is daily eaten and contains curcumin that helps to trigger the production of enzymes protecting against any oxidative disease. It also is filled with phenols, the natural inflammation fighter.
Garlic is one of nature’s superfood that contains allicin that help to strengthen the immune system fighting against any harmful toxins and micro organism naturally. It also contains iron that help in producing of red blood cells and improving circulation of blood to brain cells.
3. Dark green leaf juice
Dark green leaf juice contains hundreds of phytochemicals that help to detoxify our body from free radical build-up, removing heavy metals from our brain and have an anti-virus, anti-bacteria, immune boosting resulting in anti-inflammation. It also helps to strengthen the liver, the vital organ for our body’s detoxification. Dark green leaf juice is best for detoxification against any plague and tangle in our body.
4. Cold water fish
Cold water fish contains high amounts of fatty acids Omega 3 and 6 that help to lower the levels of bad cholesterol and triglyceride resulting in healthy heart and improved blood circulation.
5. Cinnamon powder
One the most powerful natural superfood. Contains essential oil that helps to strengthen immune system caused by virus and bacteria and infection caused by wound. Study shows that cinnamon also will help to regulate levels of glucose in the bloodstream which aids blood circulation.
Tomato contains high amounts of beta carotene, the powerful antioxidant that helps to remove toxins from our body and fight against free radical building up in our brain. Beta carotene in tomato is tough to digest. Be sure intake with vitamin C to increase the absorption.
7. Grape juice
Grape juice contains high amounts of iron that helps the production of red blood cells resulting in increase of oxygen levels in the blood stream for brain cells.
Broccoli contains high amounts of vitamin C and fiber that helps to strengthen the immune system and reduce cholesterol building up in the arteries, increasing the blood circulation to brain vessels.
In fact, any foods that contain high amounts of antioxidants resulting in winning the battle of free radical build up in our body including our brain will help to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease
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