Parkinsons disease is the second fatality cause among older people. Those with this type of ailment carry insomnia, emotional problems, dementia and a difficulty in sleeping. The reason behind this lies in the center of the brain where the central nervous system is located. Dopamine, one important neuro transmitter in the brain, dies out and causes an inflammation in the area comprising mainly protein bodies that block the flow of cells. This in turn results to difficulty in walking, slow movement and shaking.
Meanwhile, other researchers have found out the greater risk of developing this disease for those who has type two diabetes. Elevating sugar levels in the body can cause a reaction to produce special enzymes that produce dangerous amounts of free radicals that can destroy the entire body. These enzymes are called Advanced Glycolytic Enzymes (AGE).
What AGE does is occupy the base of the middle brain, where the normal flow of the cells have been arrested, and accumulate, which then become the Lewy bodies.
The occurrence of these dangerous free radicals is often heightened by constant exposure to chemicals such as herbicides and pesticides used in protecting crops from insects, as well with metals. Experts have linked regular users of these weed and pesticide killers to have a much greater potential of having Parkinsons disease.
The only way to prevent this is by consuming a diet that inhibits the growth of free radicals. This diet will consist mainly of lightly cooked vegetables which are rich in phytonutrients, as well as eating healthy fats such as avocados, coconuts, nuts and drinking clean purified water. Eating healthy meat products like beef, white chicken, eggs and turkey would also contribute to the anti inflammatory effect.
It should be taken note that the body needs anti oxidants to eliminate free radicals, and what better source would be the master anti oxidant, Glutathione.