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Named Foods That Reduce Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Named Foods That Reduce Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Proper nutrition and physical activity can provide conditions for a healthier future. And although there is no magic pill or superfood that can completely stop the course of the disease, it is quite possible to reduce the risks.

Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating disease that not only affects the person himself, but also has a negative effect on all those close to him, however, as scientists have found, a number of foods can prevent its development and improve brain health.

What is Alzheimer’s disease?

People with Alzheimer’s disease are also deficient in key chemicals that transmit signals between parts of the brain. The lack of these chemicals means that the brain is unable to process certain signals at the same level.

While there is currently no cure for the disease, some treatments can help amplify chemical signals and alleviate some of the symptoms.

Which spice can reduce the risk?

A US study found that a natural compound called fenchol may have protective effects against Alzheimer’s disease. This discovery belongs to scientists from the University of South Florida (USF Health).

They found that of the 15 compounds studied, fenchol was most effective at binding and activating the free fatty acid receptor 2 (FFAR2) signaling molecule.

The more signals, the less protein associated with the development of the disease. This, in turn, lowers the rate of neuronal death and reduces the number of senescent cells, called “zombie neurons”, often found in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.

Fenchol is found in basil, which can be added to a variety of foods, thereby increasing the concentration of this compound.

The study’s principal investigator, Hariom Yadav, M.D. and professor of neurosurgery and brain reconstruction at Morsani College of Medicine, said: “Fenhol actually affects two interrelated mechanisms of aging and proteolysis. This reduces the formation of half-dead ‘zombie cells’ and increases the degradation of the (non-functioning) amyloid-beta, so that the amyloid protein is cleared from the brain much faster. “

Fenhol is also found in fennel, lime, and nutmeg.

Other foods that can improve brain health

Chocolate can be an excellent brain food, as raw cocoa contains a lot of flavonols. These plant substances are believed to have powerful antioxidant effects, including for the brain. There are studies on their protective function against Alzheimer’s disease.

Fatty fish like salmon are high in omega-3 fatty acids called DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).

A large amount of DHA is found in the gray matter of our brain, and for the healthy functioning of the latter, quite a lot of it is required. Research has shown that an abundance of DHA promotes learning and memory, as well as IQ.

Eating blueberries can also be beneficial for our brain, especially for maintaining its health in old age.

This effect is thought to be due primarily to the polyphenols in blueberries, which may help protect against oxidative stress and inflammation that can impair brain function.

Eggs are also considered an excellent product, not least from the point of view of the human brain. The yolks are rich in choline, a vitamin-like substance necessary for the myelin sheath of nerve fibers, including in the tissues of the brain.

Ellie Cambridge is a senior health reporter based in London.

InoSMI materials contain assessments exclusively of foreign media and do not reflect the position of the InoSMI editorial board.

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