Berries, apples, tea and red wine are ideal foods to prevent Parkinson's disease and all neurodegenerative diseases because they are rich in flavonoids.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
Berries, apples, tea and red wine are ideal foods for prevent Parkinson's disease and all neurodegenerative diseases because they are rich in flavonoids.
To reveal it is one published study on the scientific journal Neurology, conducted byHarvard University and by 'University of East Anglia, which have been shown as some foods, in particular berries, apples, tea and red wine - thanks to flavonoids contained within them - are particularly recommended to ward off various serious diseases, Parkinson's disease above all.
Research - which involved more than 130.000 people between men and women - it lasted beyond 20 years during which scholars examined the relationship between the foods consumed daily and the development of neurodegenerative diseases. At the end of the study, among the patients monitored, the doctors recorded 800 cases of Parkinson's and so they summed up: those who they ate more flavonoid-rich foods and had a much lower risk (about 40%) to get sick with neurodegenerative diseases.
But what are the flavonoids contained in these precious foods?
It is about cnatural chemical compounds, widespread in plants, which in recent years have shown great antioxidant properties. They are in fact recommended to improve liver function, to prevent cardiovascular diseases, inflammations and even i tumors!
Today we also know that they help to improve even the performance of the brainor, helping to keep him younger and more active. So go ahead for breakfasts and snacks based on red fruits, apples and tea, without forgetting a glass of red wine during meals!