Researchers have established a powerful link between diet and dementia. Although no special nutritional combination has been formulated to curb Alzheimer disease, some nutrients have been identified to slow down this mental degeneration. Research recommends a healthful, balanced diet loaded with an antioxidant: molecules that inhibits oxidation of other moleculescarotenoids like lutein, folate, omega-3 fatty acids, and some vitamins B6C, and E; to be taken regularly for a long period of time.

There is increasing proof that certain foods may be linked with brain longevity and reduce the threat of Alzheimer’s disease. For example, curry spice turmeric has both antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory properties that are believed to guard against the disorder. Studies carried out on animals indicate that turmeric has been proven to slow the accumulation of harmful brain plaques.

Recent population studies indicate that the elderly in India, who feed on diets rich in curry, have considerably lower rates of the disease in comparison with their Western counterparts.

Like turmeric, blueberries may also fight age-related mental impairment, with Alzheimer’s disease inclusive. Blueberries a typical violet colour fruit appear to have powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties. One of the studies has revealed that; a daily cup of blueberries prevented mental deterioration in mice genetically engineered to have Alzheimer’s disease.

The consumption of healthful fats which are not only unhydrogentated but also unsaturated fats—from such foods as avocados, fish, nuts, olives, olive oil, and seeds appears to be useful as well. The population studies show that consumption of large quantities of butter, meat and whole milk doubles the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Tropical oils and many animal-based foods, such as butter, meat or whole milk which generally comprise of saturated fats. Trans fats are commonly derived from baked goods, margarine, and other processed foods.

Studies are being carried out to determine whether food nutrients can reverse the Alzheimer disorder and the advanced severe symptoms. When symptoms and complications like weight loss and swallowing difficulties associated with Alzheimer disorders arise, visit a physician.

What You Should Eat & Why neutralize generated Antioxidants

Antioxidants may guard against Alzheimer’s disease by counteracting the Free radicals—harmful substances produced during normal metabolism. Free radicals are considered to contribute to not only plaques but also tangles found in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.
The most important Food Sources of antioxidants: Grapes, Tomatoes, BlueberriesSpinachOranges, Kale.

Antioxidant characteristics found in carotenoids when combined with vitamins C and E, may be useful to protect the nerve cells in the brain from decline.
The most important Food Sources of carotenoids: CarrotsCollard greens, Sweet potatoesSpinachPeppers.

Folic acid
Commonly known as folate, this essential B Vitamin has been confirmed to lower blood levels of 
Homocysteine. Even moderate increments in the level of homocysteine double or triple the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
The most important Food Sources of this acid: Asparagus, Brussels sprouts, Beans-Soya, LentilsOrangesCabbage, SavoyBeans, driedSpinach and Avocados.


vitamin B6
Diminished blood levels of homocysteine, vitamin B6 may be useful to curbs the advance of Alzheimer’s disease
The most important Food Sources of vitamin B6:  Potatoes, Bok choy BarleyMangoesBananasSunflower seeds and Tuna.

Trump Copied Another Family’s Coat Of Arms


WASHINGTON ? President Donald Trump?s company, the Trump Organization, is marking golf properties and related products in the U.S with a coat of arms that belongs to a different family, after being barred by British authorities from doing so in the United Kingdom, according to a New York Times report on Sunday.

The Trump emblem is a nearly exact copy of the crest Britain granted to American diplomat Joseph Edward Davies in 1939. There?s just one tweak: where the original featured ?integritas,? the Latin word for integrity, the president?s version substitutes, inevitably, the name ?Trump.?

The billionaire developer appears to have begun using the coat of arms after he bought the Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Baech, Florida, in 1985. The property was being run by a foundation set up by Davies? third wife, cereal-company heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post.

Davies? grandson, former Sen. Joseph D. Tydings (D-Md.), told the Times Trump never asked for his permission to adopt the crest. The corrupted version of the emblem is now used on a range of Trump products ? even body wash.

British law is very specific about the use of these kinds of emblems. Trump first ran into that problem in 2007, when he started using the crest on promotional materials for a planned golf course in Scotland. Scottish media began to report on the snafu and suggested Trump had personally designed the coat of arms without consulting heraldic authorities.

But British trademark regulators knew there was a different kind of problem: like some of those the president has sought to place in powerful positions, Trump had plagiarized. The Times secured Trump?s failed application for a trademark using a freedom of information request. The newspaper confirmed with an expert herald at the College of Arms in London that the problem with the application was that the coat of arms was already in use.

Without similar regulation in the U.S., Trump has trademarked the coat of arms, and critics have little recourse. Tydings told the Times his cousins gave up on the idea of a lawsuit. ?I just told the other members of my family that you can?t win on this,? he said. ?You?ll borrow for two generations to sue him … I know Trump very well.?

He believes his grandfather ?would be rolling over in his grave to think [Trump] was using his crest.?

Trump has appointed his sons to run the Trump Organization for the duration of his presidency, but he continues to profit from the company?s properties ? crest and all. The president frequently talks about the virtues of his developments and hosts government business at them, boosting their profile and the perception that patronizing them is a way to win Oval Office approval. 

?I think our brand is the hottest it has ever been,? Eric Trump told the Times earlier this year.

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.