One way to protect against Alzheimer’s Disease is to practice intermittent fasting.
In a series of studies, lifestyle changes that include intermittent fasting has been shown to improve Alzheimer symptoms in 90% of patients.
A study conducted by Rush University found that eating one serving of spinach a day can protect against Alzheimer’s disease thanks to the abundance of Vitamin K in spinach – which regulates calcium in the brain.
Inflammation is one of the main causes of autoimmune conditions and even cognitive decline.
The Regenera Medical team recommends adding fiber to your diet, which triggers inflammation fighting short-chain fatty acids.
Scientists at UCLA have found that late-night snacking can contribute to poor memory.
Eating before bed disrupts the body’s circadian rhythm, which affects the hippocampus – the part of the brain responsible for learning & memory.
Support healthy brain function with grapes!
Research conducted at UCLA found that consuming 2 1/2 cups of grapes a day can preserve healthy mental processes in regions of the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease.