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Best Food Recipes for Alzhemier’s

Doctors always say that “you are what you eat”. Healthy eating is a key to be fit and prevents you from a disease. Everyday we’re finding new links between a healthy diet and healthy lives so it is good to eat healthy food to prevent diseases like Alzheimer. Alzheimer is dementia that causes memory problems. People start fails to remember things because of this disease. There’s no definitive answer as to what causes memory loss, but the risk for Alzheimer’s does increase as you get older. We don’t know the exact cause or causes, but exercise and a healthy diet are some recommended ways to reduce your risk.

Here’s the list of Best Food Recipes for Alzheimer’s:

  • Strawberry and Chia Pudding

    Strawberry and chia pudding
    Pic Courtesy- Big Hair and Foodie Fare

    For vegetarians, it can be difficult to find good sources of  Omega 3 Fatty acid. Chia is a great option. It’s versatile and can take on different textures depending on preparation how you make pudding. Pudding is a great introduction to this power-packed little seed. It’s silky and delicious, and who can resist fresh strawberries?

  • Aubergine Pizza

    Pizza
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    It can be difficult to eat right when unhealthier foods are so tempting. Pizza is definitely one of them but when it comes to health Aubergine Pizza is a great alternative. This dish is very easy to make and joy to serve.

  • Turmeric Tea

    Turmeric Tea
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    This creamy drink made of turmeric, creamy almond milk and soothing cinnamon. Turmeric is a spice which contains a compound called curcumin. Curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties that help to prevent Alzheimer.

  • Quinoa and Lentil Salad

    Quinoa
    Pic Courtesy- Kris Carr

    This salad is a great way to take advantage of lentil and quinoa and it also has colourful vegetables. They are full of great nutrients, fibre and protein which makes them a really easy way to get a healthy salad.

  • Apricot Glazed Salmon

    Salmon
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    Salmon is a great source of omega-3s and this dish has versatile flavours. This flavorful dish pairs well with brown rice or your whole grain of choice. It is an amazing and easy to make recipe.

  • Vegetarian Chili with Tofu

    Tofu
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    A healthy chilli recipe is a great way to enjoy your food without feeling deprived. It’s hearty and savoury thanks to the tofu and the legumes, which are high in B vitamins and iron. This version is not only a great dish for Alzheimer’s prevention, but it’s also a source of omega fatty acids.

  • Baked Bean

    Beans
    Pic Courtesy- Pinterest

    If beans aren’t a regular part of your diet, they should be. Baked beans are high in fibre and protein, and low in calories and fat, they also help keep your mind sharp. The researchers recommend eating beans three times a week to help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.

  • Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Tex-Mex

    chicken
    Pic Courtesy- Restless Chipotle

    A slow cooker is a really efficient way to get lots of flavour out of your food without adding extra fat or salt. This recipe is on the list because it’s healthy, easy, and is a really great way to introduce you and your family to beans/legumes.

  • Avocado, Mango and Grilled Chicken Salad

    Salad
    Pic Courtesy- The Chunky Chef

    This exotic salad is easy. The bright yellow mango with the green avocado makes for a tasty and beautiful dish. If you’re a little bit bored of grilled chicken salads, you can always try our Avacado, mango and shrimp salad or go for a vegan option with our Avocado Mango salad.

  • Banana Nut Smoothie

    banana smoothie
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    You need a tall glass of this banana nut smoothie for breakfast. It has everything you need to start the day right, plus its dairy free. This smoothie is super easy smoothie keeps you full until lunch thanks to protein-packed Greek yoghurt, plus healthy fat from peanut and almonds.