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[Alert] Easy Diet Switch STOPS Parkinson’s

Here’s the problem with Parkinson’s disease…

By the time you realize you have it, most doctors will tell you it’s already too late.

Sure, they’ll hand you some drugs to help with the tremors and the stiffness.

But they don’t work for long… and they come with a list of side effects that are absolutely TERRIFYING.

The trick is to stop yourself from ever getting Parkinson’s in the first place.

And now it’s possible… thanks to a delicious food that it’s EASY to add to your daily menu.

New research, from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden shows that eating more fish could be the secret to warding off Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases.

Fish like cod, herring, carp, salmon, and red snapper – just to name a few – contain high levels of the chemical parvalbumin.

Now, most folks have never heard of parvalbumin… and I bet plenty of doctors haven’t either.

But it actually BLOCKS the formation of the harmful plaques that trigger Parkinson’s symptoms.

It’s like it hits the “off” switch on Parkinson’s disease!

And that’s not all.

Fish contain omega-3 fatty acids that are incredibly beneficial for the growth and development of nerve tissue, which boosts your brain function.

In fact, fish oil and a diet rich in fish are usually the first things natural doctors recommend for neurological conditions like Parkinson’s.

Now, the Chalmers University team is working on a study to see how fish may help prevent other conditions like Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s disease.

But previous research has already been incredibly promising.  

To protect yourself and your loved ones from Parkinson’s and other cognitive issues, experts recommend eating fish and seafood around four times a week – especially in late summer and fall.

You see, fish is even more nutritious at the end of the warmer months due to increased metabolic activity and sun exposure.

And for an even greater brain health boost, nutritionists and scientists recommend eating plenty of berries, leafy greens, extra-virgin olive oil, and nuts along with fish and seafood.

They’re loaded with antioxidants and brain-healthy fats.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health