3 Foods to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

German experts from the University of Ulm will certainly recommend including carrots, spinach, and apricots in your diet. This is especially important for older people to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease.

Fresh vegetables

Scientists have carried out a comparative analysis of two groups of volunteers. The health of the first group was unquestionable, while the members of the second group suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. The analysis of blood serum obtained from the members of the second group and conducted during the tests showed very low levels of antioxidants, vitamin C, and beta-carotene (the problem did not exist among the participants from the first group).

Doctors say that all of these are essential for treatment and prevention of dementia. And the best way to replenish vitamin C, antioxidants and beta-carotene is eating vegetables and fruits that contain plenty of these substances.