Veggies and Alzheimer’s Disease

Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian, Paleo, Keto or you have discovered your own personalized,customized way to eat, vegetables have got to be a part of it. And, think about your last meal. Was it all the colors of the rainbow? Was it fresh and unprocessed?

“How many of you have heard that Alzheimer’s has been called Type 3 Diabetes? In a recent study—researchers showed how levels of blood sugar directly relate to risk for dementia. The investigation followed over 2,000 elderly individuals for an average of 6.8 years and found that even small elevations of blood sugar translated into a significant increased risk for dementia, even among persons without diabetes.

This study infers that even those with slightly elevated blood sugar levels are at risk for dementia. Regulating blood sugars through diet is a large part preventing this terrible disease.”

Why are veggies helpful? Because they contain lots of fiber — and fiber helps slow down the absorption of sugar. And, veggies contain nutrients and real food for the brain.

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