April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month.
After diagnosis, learning to live with Parkinson’s Disease can be daunting. However, with sensible changes to diet and exercise routines, it is possible to slow down the progression of PD.
Eating nutrient-rich meals and snacks is important and should be considered to experience the best everyday health. A healthy and balanced diet can improve general well-being. Eating fruits and vegetables may increase energy and hydration. Fiber-rich foods and fluids may ease symptoms of constipation or low blood pressure. Adjusting the timing and composition of meals might allow specific PD medications to work better. Read more