Alzheimer's Disease
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How can I use my diet to help reduce my chances of getting Alzheimer's Disease?

3 Answers

Carrie Weitzel, RDN
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

The MIND diet is a combination of Mediterranean and DASH diets. It focuses on a balance of healthy eating along with increasing antioxidant consumption and less sodium intake. It has been shown in preliminary research as well to delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease.


Sara Schultz, CPC, ELI-MP, EDIT Certified
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Although the studies on this are inconclusive right now (although npr just had a new study released that suggested it may be infectious to some degree) the only thing that I’ve seen be useful is higher dosages of omegas found in fish oil. But also, learning new things, staying socially engaged, reducing stress, and making meaning in your life is the best way to prevent this!


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Focusing on the gut is of the utmost. Alkalizing antioxidant water, good diet, digestive enzymes and probiotics, and I would also include supplements as well; our western diest are so lacking.


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