Protein-rich diet can save Alzheimer’s
Protein-rich foods such as meat and legumes can be effective in preventing Alzheimer’s. A new study claims that forgetting the use of such a diet can reduce the increased risk of this disease. Researchers from Edith Cowan University of Australia examined the diet of 541 people and Amelide Beta in their brain. Amelide beta is believed to be a sign of Alzheimer’s.
Researchers found that high levels of amyloid beta were found in participants consuming protein-rich foods. This has led to a decrease in Alzheimer’s increased risk. Researcher Binoshaw Fernando said that this was the first time a study was done that the association between protein intake and amyloid beta was noticed. This showed that excessive intake of proteins can prevent the spread of amyloid beta.
Good news for Alzheimer’s victims Researchers have claimed to develop vaccine that is capable of destroying the cause of Alzheimer’s by attacking the affected area of the brain. Because of this, there is problem of memory loss.
Indeed, due to the formation of a lump on the transport path of the brain, nutrients do not reach the cells, causing cells to be destroyed and the problem of Alzheimer’s emerges. However, British researchers have claimed to make such vaccine that is capable of eliminating lip protein. This leads to slowing down of Alzheimer’s.
The current method of dealing with the illness is focused on detecting symptoms. So far, it has not been done to stop the development. At present the work is being done to make the vaccine more effective. After full development, the hope of getting relief for Alzheimer’s victims has increased.