Proven Protection Against Parkinson’s


More than 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s, a degenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain. Things we usually take for granted, such as washing dishes, brushing hair, buttoning shirts/ blouses and even talking extremely difficult.

Based on several researches several powerful , yet simple, preventative strategies including :

1. Nourish brain cells with kefir : having lots of healthy probiotic bacteria in your intestines because the bacteria produce hormone thats nourish brain cells. One once kefir has 10 times more probiotics than most yoghurt.

2. Cutting your risks by 50% with supplements: taking 3,000 IU of vitamin D and 2,000 fish oil daily can halve the risk by activating enzymes inside your brain.

3. Red grapes: red grapes are packed with resveratrol which helps ward off Parkinson’s by flushing brain aging air pollution and other toxins out through the kidney.

4. Boosting brain repair with tea: The caffeine in tea switches on genes that speed the repair of damaged brain cells and shield healthy ones from harm.


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Hi, I'm Dr. Dee! I enjoy maintaining a healthy lifestyle through fitness, baking, and cooking! My hobbies include crocheting, reading health and nutrition books, and of course, writing posts! I also love traveling and trying new foods. I'm a wife and mother of a beautiful daughter. I'm also known at home as Grammy to a white, energetic Bichon named "Princess"! All information provided are for informtional or educational purposes only. While I am not a medical doctor and can't give medical advice I read a vast amount of books on nutrition and overall health. However, please consult a physican in respect to your symptons or medical conditions. As a dedicated and positive individual, I want to spread the joy of healthy living! Come on this journey with me! My favorite Bible verse is Proverbs 16:9 "In his heart, a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his step."

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