Nutrition & Food
Nutrition & Food
Feed Your Mind
With the right diet, you can cut your risk of AD in half.
Getting proper nutrition is one of the easiest, most effective, and potentially most enjoyable ways of preventing Alzheimer’s disease (AD). With the overwhelming amount of information out there, however, it is no easy matter deciding exactly which foods are best for those of us specifically concerned about AD. The Scientific Advisory Board of the AD Foundation has conducted an extensive review of the scientific literature, and boiled it down to just a few, digestible [pun intended], and easily implemented recommendations. We stay abreast of the latest findings on AD prevention, so you can be confident these recommendations are based on the most reliable, up-to-date scientific studies.
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Topping our list of recommended foods is curry. Curry dishes originated in Southeast Asia, where the incidence and prevalence of Alzheimer's disease (AD) is particularly low, but are now enjoyed widely throughout the world. Although frequently thought of as a single...read more
One of the top foods we recommend is actually a drink: green tea. Like another recommended food, curry, green tea is widely enjoyed among Asian cultures, where the incidence and prevalence of Alzheimer's disease (AD) is especially low. Tea originated in China as a...read more
Wouldn’t it be nice if Alzheimer’s disease (AD) could be completely prevented by a single food or dietary supplement? Although SuppleMEM™ AD comes close to that ideal, the truth is no such magic bullet exists. Unsurprisingly, to give yourself the best chance of...read more