Parkinson’s could be put into idle by a healthy diet, research suggests
Study participants who stuck closely to a Mediterranean-style diet were less likely to show the early symptoms
Can changing your diet cut your chances of developing Parkinson’s disease?
Research from Harvard University in the US seems to suggest so. The findings, published in the journal Neurology, say eating a healthy, Mediterranean-style diet, high in fruit, veg, whole grains, nuts and legumes, and low in red meat, can affect early symptoms associated with an increased risk of developing the disease.
For the study, every four years more than 47,000 people were asked about their diet, starting in the 1980s, when they were middle-aged...