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Which diet is perfect for Parkinson's Disease?
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Basically some of the things he's saying is that we get way to much protein in our diets which overloads the system and can contribute to parkinsons disease and some other disorders. He also talks about pollution in foods. He recommends an organic plant based diet for optimal health.

Neuroprotection of Brain Cells in Parkinson's Disease - Steven Blake, ScD (Oct 2015)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eT_wx55ADU

What factors protect our brain cells from destruction? When Parkinson’s disease is first diagnosed, 60% of the brain cells that produce dopamine may already have died off. Those of us who are not diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease may already have lost some of our dopamine-producing brain cells. Even with Alzheimer’s disease, by the time that it is diagnosed, 30% of our total brain cells may have already died. Clearly, neuroprotection of our brain cells is crucial. Starting protection before diagnosis is important.
• We must protect our brain cells from neurodegenerative disease
• Find out which antioxidants in food and spices can help protect our brain cells
• Learn about pollutants in food to reduce risk and progression of neurologic diseases
• Discover specific foods, spices, herbs, and supplements to reduce risk of Parkinson’s
disease
• Explore anti-inflammatory substances from food that can reduce death of neurons

Steve Blake, ScD is faculty nutritional biochemist at Hawaii Pacific Neuroscience. He has offered many classes at the University of Hawaii. He has designed the Hawaii Dementia Prevention Trial, a clinical study at the Hawaii Alzheimer’s Disease Center. He is personally involved in conducting this clinical trial using dietary changes and with nutrients found in his targeted nutritional supplement Brain and Body Food.

Steve Blake is author of the 2008 McGraw-Hill college textbook
Vitamins and Minerals Demystified. He is also the author of How NOT to get a Heart Attack, Arthritis Relief, A Nutritional Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease, and Understanding Fats and Oils. He has written Mosby’s Alternative Remedies and is co-
author of Mosby's Drug Guide for Nurses, 4th edition.

Steve Blake authored the Diet Doctor, software for analyzing dietary nutrients. This software allows detailed analysis of your dietary fats, tocopherols, carotenoids, and many other nutrients. He has also maintained one of the world’s largest databases of plants used medicinally, called the Herb Doctors.

Steve Blake studies scientific research on the connections between food and disease. He sees himself as a translator of the medical literature into understandable, science-based language. Steve Blake attended the University of California. He is a research specialist in nutritional biochemistry. He lives on a solar-powered, organic farm on Maui with his wife Catherine.

To contact Steven Blake, visit
http://www.drsteveblake.com

Posted on: 2015/11/27 10:51
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