Berries protect against Parkinson’s disease

According to a recent article in Neurology, higher intakes of flavonoids were associated with lowered risk of developing Parkinson’s Disease.

Foods that are rich in flavonoids and their associated compounds are:  berries, apples, red wine, and oranges.

The study found that men (49,281) had a 40% lower risk than those in the lowest quintile.  The scientists concluded that a diet high in flavonoids was protective against Parkinson’s Disease.

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Dr. Polly




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