What diet do you recommend to prevent Alzheimer’s disease?
I recommend a diet that consists of fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts; with at least 50 percent of them in their raw form. I also recommend seafood that is high in omega-3 fats. For more information see some of our other articles on Alzheimer’s such as:
Alzheimers Disease—The Curse of Modern Medicine
Diet May Prevent Alzheimers Disease Study Finds
Supplements May Help Protect Against Alzheimers
Research Seeks to Boost Value of Alzheimer Fighting Polyphenols
What Would We Be Without Memory
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