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  • Writer's pictureJulie Manley

A fishy study links consumption of seafood to prevention of Parkinson’s disease

  • A new study from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden found that the consumption of fish can benefit neurological health

  • Alpha synuclein is regarded as the “Parkinson’s protein”, parvalbumin is a protein in fish that essentially scavenges the alpha synuclein protein and prevents the formation.

  • Herring, cod, carp, salmon, sockeye, and red snapper all have abundant levels of parvalbumin, the levels can also vary during certain times of the year.

  • Fish is a lot more nutritious at the end of summer, because of increased metabolic activity. It is beneficial to increase consumption during the autumn.

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16. März 2021

After my PD diagnosis, i was on Carbidopa and Pramipexole for two (2) years, as the disease progressed my symptoms worsened, with my neurologist guidance i started on natural PD TREATMENT from Mayaka Natural Clinic (www. mayakanaturalclinic .com). The treatment was effectively for my Parkinson’s disease, most of the symptoms simply vanished within the first 3 months on the treatment, i feel better now than I have felt in years, i can feel my strength and the tremors are gone. My neurologist was very open when looking at alternative medicines and procedures

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