The role meat may play in triggering Parkinson’s disease

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Is there a recommended diet for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD)?

Research suggests that eating a whole-food plant-based diet, rich in a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables and high in fiber, can help some PD symptoms.

In addition, older people with PD should avoid High-Protein Foods, Dairy Products, Processed Foods, Hard-to-Chew Foods, Salty Foods and Acidic Foods.

In this video, researchers talks about what diet and the gut have to do with L-DOPA levels in the body and developing Parkinson’s disease.

Levodopa (L-DOPA) is the precursor to dopamine. Most commonly, clinicians use levodopa drugs as a dopamine replacement agent for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

It is most effectively used to control motor symptoms that are apparent in Parkinson’s disease.

This video is not professional advice, please seek out a professional if you need help.

The video is created for educational purposes and awareness around different topics. Video may or may not be able to go fully in-depth in such a limited time.

If you care about brain health, please read studies about how to eat your way to a healthy brain, and how to prevent brain aging effectively.

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