Summer Recipe REVERSES Alzheimer’s & Arthritis?!?
I can’t tell you how many seniors I’ve had in my office who have all said the same thing: “Doc, I feel like I’m starting to slow down.”
And usually what they’re talking about is their joints… and their brains.
Their stiff, painful joints make simple things – like playing catch with the grandkids – nearly impossible. And their brains seem to be operating in slow-motion.
But what if you could protect your joints and your brain by making just ONE simple change to your diet.
Two new studies show that it’s possible – and a lot easier than you ever imagined.
I’m a big fan of fish – especially during the summer, when you get to fire up the grill and try new recipes.
I mean, anyone can grill a burger. But grilling a perfect salmon – that’s when you KNOW you’re good!
And adding just a little more fish to the menu can help improve your arthritis and even ward off Alzheimer’s!
One recent study showed that eating oily fish like tuna and salmon just TWICE a week can reduce the swelling in your joints affected by arthritis.
These particular fish are especially high in omega-3s, which are known for their anti-inflammatory benefits.
For this study, researchers examined 176 people with rheumatoid arthritis who answered questions about their diet over the previous year. They also looked at the patients’ disease scores and their blood markers of inflammation.
And the results were crystal clear – the more fish they ate, the less severe their arthritis.
In fact, just eating fish twice a week delivered about one-third of the results you’d see from taking risky and dangerous arthritis meds.
Pretty impressive – and ZERO side effects!
This exciting study comes just weeks after researchers found that eating oily fish can help protect against Alzheimer’s disease.
For this other study, the researchers found that the people with the highest blood levels of omega-3s had better blood flow in regions of the brain associated with learning and memory.
And since reduced blood flow in the brain is a hallmark of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, this represents an important way to help keep your brain healthy.
This also highlights, once again, how something as simple – and as tasty! – as adding more fish in your diet can have a dramatic impact on your health.
If you’re not already eating fish on a weekly basis, what are you waiting for?
Just make sure it’s wild-caught fish, and not the farm-raised junk lining the shelves these days.
You’ll pay a little more money, but the benefits are worth it.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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