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Parkinson's Disease Diet/Nutrition Recommendations

The Basics of Eating Well. Eat a variety of foods from each food category. ... Include high-fiber foods such as vegetables, cooked dried peas and beans (legumes), whole-grain foods, bran, cereals, pasta, rice, and fresh fruit in your diet.

Parkinson's Disease - Dr. Weil's Condition Care Guidewww.drweil.comHealth & Wellness › Body, Mind & Spirit › Disease & Disorders Parkinson's disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder ... The anti-inflammatory diet counteracts the chronic inflammation that is a root ..

People with forms of early-onset Parkinson's disease may benefit from boosting niacin in diet, research suggests

Date: January 10, 2017
Source: University of Leicester
Summary: A new study is strengthening the therapeutic potential for dietary interventions in Parkinson's disease, suggesting that these patients may benefit from a boost in niacin, which is found in some nuts and meat.

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Parkinson's Disease is a progressive neurological disorder that is caused by a degeneration of cells in the part of the brain that produces the neurotransmitter ...


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Diet and Parkinson's Disease

 No singular diet can treat Parkinson's disease or its symptoms, but a healthy and balanced diet can improve general well-being. Eating fruits and vegetables may help keep you energized and hydrated. Fiber-rich foods and fluids may ease symptoms of constipation or low blood pressure.

Your medication regimen may impact your diet, too. Adjusting the timing and composition of meals might allow medications to work better, and you may need to avoid specific foods to prevent side effects.

Work with your physician or a dietitian to design a diet that fits your needs.


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