Consuming berries, almonds and other tree nuts, herbs and red wine may significantly cut your risk of Parkinson disease. That is the findings of a recent neurology study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and Norwich Medal School. It found that men who ate the most flavonoid-rich foods were 40% less likely to develop the disease.
According to the US-based medical website www.news-medical.net “the widespread distribution of flavonoids, also meant that many animals, including humans, ingested significant quantities in their diet. Experimental evidence from in vitro studies is now suggesting that these flavonoids may have help modify allergens, viruses, and carcinogens.”
Although research is only in the experimental stage, the findings certainly support the case for eating almonds and the drinking red wine regularly!