There are three common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
- muscular rigidity
- akinesia, that is, an inability to voluntary movement. When akinesia sets in one or more parts of your body cannot move, it or they ‘freeze’.
- tremor. Tremor occurs when one or more parts of your body like the arms, head, vocal cords, torso, and legs involuntarily contract. When this happens the arms, head, vocal cords, torso, or legs may be seen shaking.
Consumption of plant-based foods with sufficient vitamins B, C, and E can retrogress the development of Parkinson’s disease. It is recommended that people who may see one of the signs or all of the symptoms of Parkinsons’ disease consume more of ;
- All types of grains
- Enough fruit
- vitamin B1. It can be found in foods like brown rice, green peas, beans, fish nuts, etc.
- vitamin E . Vitamins E is found in foods likepeanuts, avocado, red sweet pepper, Atlantic salmon, etc.
- Folic acid
However, it is proven that the consumption of saturated sugar, whites sugar, and stimulant beverages can aggravate the disease.