Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Mediterranean Diet and Alzheimer's Prevention Cookbook - Alzheimer's 11

Menu for Alzheimer's diseases

From the acronym SHIELD, a new hope to prevent dementia in last week's entry, the letter D in the last word is stand for diet.

The doctors mention that gut health tied to brain health, and suggest Mediterranean diet. It will help the risk of Alzheimer's in half.

What is the Mediterranean diet? Is it a kind of awesome food from Mediterranean restaurants such as a plate of lamb shank or a piece of Italian pizza?

Mediterranean diet that Doctors recommend is based on the traditional fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and good fats.

The diet from the countries which border with the Mediterranean Sea. The food are rich with legumes and seeds. 

Because the countries close to the sea, so fishes are their source of protein. Those people in the areas also drink red wine in daily basis but always in moderation.

It is also the back way how the people around that area eat and life. They like to eat together, share their meal, and engage in many activities. 

About the Mediterranean diet is also explained by Dr. Marwan Sabbagh in his book, The Alzheimer's Prevention Cookbook, Recipes to Boost Brain health.


Part of the book

This cookbook is based on evidence of the nutrition. The “science to table” plan that can reduce the risk or delay the onset of Alzheimer's Disease or any other forms dementia: “Eat Smart, Stay Sharp”

Dr. Marwan Sabbagh is medical doctor who practicing in geriatric dementia. He worked with the talented chef Beau MacMilan, a Food Network star.

Chef MacMillan created and developed the do-able recipes by using the brain-boosting ingredients.

Besides Mediterranean diet recipes, the book also include Vitamin B-rich recipes and Folate-rich recipes for cognitive health.

High-spice recipes, brain-boosting juices, green-tea treats to to get antioxidants into diet. Turmeric, cinnamon, and berry recipes to prevent inflammation. Many fishes recipes to get good fats. 


Brain health of book part.

So, about 100 recipes in this book that created from many kind of brain-boosting ingredients and super food for brain.

The recipes for brain health include drinks, breakfasts, main dishes, salads and soups, also snacks and starters. 

80 comments:

  1. Seems like a good resource. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Es una genial dieta que no solo sirve para esa enfermedad ya que es muy sana. Te mando un beso

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  3. what a great book! healthy people can also find this book to try out healthy recipes

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  4. I love Mediterranean diet! That cookbook is definitely a keeper.

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      High-spice recipes, brain-boosting juices, green-tea treats to to get antioxidants into diet. Turmeric, cinnamon, and berry recipes to prevent inflammation. Many fishes recipes to get good fats.

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      This cookbook is based on evidence of the nutrition. The “science to table” plan that can reduce the risk or delay the onset of Alzheimer's Disease or any other forms dementia: “Eat Smart, Stay Sharp”

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  7. Hi, Evi! It is very important to prevent dementia. So I do like the diet you tell in your post.

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  8. Great, Evi. Your proposal is very useful. Very interesting article, very well argued. The diet coincides quite with one that circulates here that also includes green tea, green apples with peel and including the seeds...

    A big hug my friend. Another great contribution.

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      The diet from the countries which border with the Mediterranean Sea. The food are rich with legumes and seeds.

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  9. I love all the ingredients from this recipes book ...
    Turmeric, cinnamon I use almost daily in my menus.
    Very interesting book!
    Hugs!

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    1. I love those spices too, Ella.
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  10. Post molto interessante e molto ben argomentato.
    Buon mercoledi.

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  11. Siempre gusta leer tus buenos consejos.
    Buen miércoles.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Thank you Laura
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      What is the Mediterranean diet? Is it a kind of awesome food from Mediterranean restaurants such as a plate of lamb shank or a piece of Italian pizza?

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  12. I read already repeatedly that the Mediterranean diet is recommended against Alzheimer disease. Therefore, thanks a lot for confirming this here as I really believe in the effects of food.
    xx Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  13. Indubbiamente la dieta mediterranea è una delle più salutari, peccato che oggigiorno pochi alimenti siano davvero naturali e a chilometro zero. Grazie per la condivisione. Buona giornata.
    sinforosa

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    1. Thank you
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      Because the countries close to the sea, so fishes are their source of protein. Those people in the areas also drink red wine in daily basis but always in moderation.

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  14. Pracuję z seniorami i bardzo bym chciała dotrzeć do tej książki

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  15. Seems like an interesting book.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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  16. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)

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  17. Very interesting post.

    www.paginasempreto.blogspot.com.br

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  18. Io sono italiano e la dieta mediterranea per me è una cosa usuale. Spero che i medici abbiano ragione e preservi veramente dall'Alzheimer una patologia che fa veramente paura.
    Felice giornata, un abbraccio
    enrico

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  19. the camel is a small white one above the orangutan on the right of the photo.

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  20. Muy interesante lo que compartes Evi, saludos

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  21. Yes, I had already read that the Mediterranean diet is good for Alzheimer's. Thank you very much for recommending this recipe book.
    Have a beautiful day, Evi!


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  22. I really hpe they find a cure for Altzheimer!Your post is very good and maybe can help :)))

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  23. buku yang bermanfaat yah buat penderita alzheimer

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  24. You always have good points. The book is offered a lot.

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  25. I do believe that Mediterranean diet is good for everyone because it is very healthy. It is wonderful to hear that Mediterranean diet can cut the risk of brain disease in half.

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  26. En casa es la comida mediterranea la que tomamos a diario muy buenos consejos saludos

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  27. This diet is healthy, but also delicious ☺

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  28. Hello evi
    In Portugal we eat the Mediterranean diet but there are many cases of Alzheimer's and there are more and more because people are living more and more years.
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  29. I didnt know is special diet for alzeimers.

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    1. Diet to prevent or delay onset of Alzheimer's Disease.

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  30. Świetna książka, bardzo przydatna i to dla każdego z nas. Serdeczności Evi :)

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  31. Comisa sana,cuerpo sano,mente sana.

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    1. Exactly!
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  32. I should read this book as well, thank you for this interesting post!

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  33. We were following a lax Mediterranean diet for a while. I need to get back on track.

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  34. Thanks for all the information Evi, I had heard of that diet and generally try to include many of those items in our daily meals but haven't gone into it any further - I think I should :D)

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  35. Rear informative post learn so much thanks.

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  36. I've always heard that the Mediterranean diet is very beneficial in general so it makes sense that it would help alzheimer's patients as well.

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  37. I love the Mediterranean diet. And anything that helps Alzheimer's -- I'm all for it.

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  38. La dieta mediterranea es la que yo uso, pienso que es la mejor. Un beso

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  39. Interesting and informative post.

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  40. Interesująca książka. Pozdrawiam:)

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  41. Oh wow I did not abbout this fact darling
    xx

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  42. Esperemos que los nuevos descubrimientos hagan que desterremos a esta terrible enfermedad.

    Besos

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  43. thank you for great and informative post my friend !

    many years back a doctor prescribed a tablet with fish oil ,i took that for almost five years regularly until another doc
    another doc changed it
    this book sounds very useful
    blessings!

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  44. Los paneles solares son la solución

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  45. This is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I love seeing blog that understand the value of providing a quality resource for free. keto diet weight loss supplement

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  46. Thanks for highlighting this book.

    All the best Jan

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