Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Healthy Diet for Preventing Dementia

Dementia is a chronic disorder caused by brain injury or disease, which gradually reduce the cognitive ability of a person. In Hong Kong, most dementia cases are found in the people aged over 65.

Sally Poon, certified dietitian, suggested that dementia has a strong correlation with heart diseases and stroke. The key to preventing dementia is to control blood pressure, glucose level, heart diseases and stroke. In additional, regular exercise, balanced diet, avoid smoking and drinking are essential. Also, intake of trans fat and saturated fat should be reduced.

Mediterranean diet has been popular among the anti-dementia or elderly care groups. As the food provides plenty of antioxidant and omega 3, which are showed effective against dementia.

See below.

  1. Grains: Whole Grain Bread, Red Rice, Brown Rice


     
  2. Fruit & Vegetables


     
  3. Nuts (Moderate amount for omega 3)


     
  4. Fish (avoid red meat)


     
  5. Olive Oil


     
  6. Wine


Though it is not suggested to drink alcohol. If a habit is already formed, two glasses of wine per day or few grapes with skin can help. And of course, not the glass below!
 




Source: Apple Daily


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