Category: ▸ Alzheimer’s Disease

Here are collected all Nature Going Smart’s articles on how the food we eat can affect Alzheimer’s Disease. Natural solutions supported by scientific evidences. Enjoy the reading!

A recipe to reduce effects of ageing: Dolmades

Dolmades (stuffed vine leaves) Dolmades (or dolmathes) refer to a Middle East dish made with vine or cabbage leaves stuffed with a tasty mixture of rice, herbs, and some seasoning. The process is quite lengthy (but fun!)...

Ayurvedic porridge

Ayurvedic porridge to protect your cardiac function

A healthy and warming breakfast with pictures by Petr Chutný The ingredients benefits Hemp milk Hemp seeds contain 20-25% protein, 20-30% carbohydrates, 25-35% lipids, 10-15% insoluble fibres, vitamins A, C, and E, and minerals...

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Cupcakes: immune-boosting raw recipe

“Curcumin is the active ingredient in the traditional herbal remedy and dietary spice turmeric (Curcuma longa). Curcumin has a surprisingly wide range of beneficial properties, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, chemopreventive and chemotherapeutic activity.” Its complex...

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Alzheimer’s disease: prevent & slow the progression with your diet

Why low fat is important? Apolipoprotein E is the glycoprotein which binds cholesterol and transports it. This protein in strongly linked to progression of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD): it binds to both soluble and aggregated forms...