Five groups of products against senile dementia (and for brain health)


Every year, more and more people in the civilized world face senile dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and other types of senility. Experts have therefore singled out the main groups of food products whose use reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and senile dementia.
Cabbage vegetables – the most useful vegetables are broccoli. Cauliflower and kale because they contain folate, carotenoids that lower homocysteine ​​levels. It is an amino acid that has been linked to mental activity disorders.
Legumes and beans contain a lot of folate, iron, magnesium and potassium, which contributes to improving health and stabilizing connections between neurons. They contain choline (a vitamin from group D) which increases the content of acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter crucial for the work of the brain).
Omega 3 fatty acids – if there are enough omega 3 fatty acids in the human diet, the probability of forming beta-amyloid plaques (the cause of dementia) is reduced by a third. Both acids help the brain maintain excellent shape. Fish, sunflower seeds and olive oil, etc.
Cinnamon, sage and turmeric spices contain curcumin and have pronounced neuroprotective properties. They help the body break down plaques in the blood vessels of the brain and reduce inflammatory processes that cause memory problems.
Bee products – special mention should be made of waste products of wax moth larvae (mummy wax moth). There is a specific digestive enzyme of larvae (cerase) that is not present in synthetic products. This enzyme plays a leading role in the breakdown of blood clots, plaques in blood vessels and lung tissue, and tissue regeneration after a heart attack. Waste wax moth larvae are suitable for strengthening immunity. It is a natural medicine that protects the organism from damage by atypical cells (cancerous), has bactericidal properties, stimulates the work of the brain and stops the aging process at the cellular level.

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