Dementia Diet

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It might take several months to see results.

Reverse damage with good diet.

Source:

https://www.collective-evolution.com/2018/04/27/82-year-old-woman-with-dementia-gets-her-memory-back-after-changing-her-diet/?fbclid=IwAR2PQf1aWAO6BkrEe8zrYOy_0mqFlM45w4UBnO9AGl7ekD47Xie6QdR7JhA

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Eat:

high amounts of blueberries and walnuts

broccoli,

kale,

spinach,

sunflower seeds,

green tea,

oats,

sweet potatoes and even

dark chocolate with a high percentage of cacao.

strawberries,

Brazil nuts

All of these foods are known to be beneficial for brain health.

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Avoid

Aluminum and other heavy metals which are toxic

Reference:

https://www.healthline.com/health/heavy-metal-detox#outlook

chronic heavy metal poisoning, you may experience symptoms including:

headaches

abdominal pain and cramping

nausea

vomiting

diarrhea

fatigue

difficulty breathing

Bone diseases

Brain diseases and disorders

Anemia

Impaired iron absorption

burning and tingling sensations

chronic infections

brain fog

visual disturbances

insomnia

paralysis

aluminum:

Confusion

Muscle weakness

Bone pain, deformities, and fractures

Seizures

Speech problems

Slow growth—in children

Complications may include:

Lung problems

Nervous system problems causing difficulty with voluntary and involuntary actions

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Heavy metal detox foods to eat include:

cilantro

garlic

wild blueberries

lemon water

spirulina

chlorella

barley grass juice powder

Atlantic dulse

curry

green tea

tomatoes

probiotics

Also, if you aren’t getting the recommended daily intake of vitamins, consider taking supplements.

Vitamin B, B-6, and C deficiencies are associated with Trusted Source poor tolerance of heavy metals and easier toxicity.

Vitamin C has been reported to have chelating effects on iron.

In one animal study, B-1 supplements were shown to decrease iron levels.

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Some foods to limit or avoid in your heavy metal detox diet include:

Processed foods and excess fats.

These foods have minimal nutritional value and slow down the detox process. This is because fats tend to soak up the harmful substances you want to remove.

rice (brown rice, specifically) because it often contains arsenic

some fish, such as larger and long-living fish, as they tend to contain more mercury

alcohol

nonorganic foods

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Marianne’s note

Look for aluminum in food / drug package ingredients

I found Aluminum Hydroxide in Gaviscon, an anti-acid


9 Responses to “Dementia Diet”

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    pasta

    wheat

    It ‘s official: the wheat derivatives glyphosate (or glyphosate, according to the scientific term) – that is, pasta, bread and more – harmful effects on human health. What has long been known, but now a study has Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The glyphosate present in the dough and bread can lead to serious diseases: diabetes, obesity, asthma, Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and Parkinson’s disease ( as you can read here ). Attention, in short, especially the pasta we buy in supermarkets. Especially the pulp produced with Canadian durum wheat, but not only including those of Eastern Europe, which are literally filled with glyphosate

    • Hi Marianne,
      Fluoride is an aluminum bi-product. It’s now put in most (if not all) public drinking water. Filter your water or buy. (Should check your water with inexpensive water tester from eBay or Amazon. Not much larger than a pencil). For the brain, gingko biloba capsules, Vinpocetin capsules, and B100. Vinpocetin has been known to reverse Alzheimer’s Disease. Swanson Vitamins is where we order from.

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  3. Good Post Marianne

  4. Good post…eat organic or at least locally farmed & wild caught fish, not farm raised!

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