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Does Food Have Anything to Do with Memory and Intelligence? A Review on Alzheimer’s Disease Fighting

  • Open or CloseHanan S Abushwereb*

    Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy Department, Libya

    *Corresponding author:Hanan S Abushwereb, Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy Department, Libya

Submission: April 17, 2022;Published: April 28, 2022

Volume6 Issue3
April, 2022


Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder that causes the brain to gradually and irreversibly shrink, atrophy, and die. There is no successful treatment for Alzheimer’s disease to this day, which makes it necessary to reduce its occurrence rather than treat the disease after it has occurred. Therefore, it became necessary and priority to focus on preventing it and knowing the causes that lead to the deterioration of the brain after it was fully active and strong. Back in the early stages of brain development, food plays an important role. The focus comes on the important elements and materials that increase intelligence, skills, brilliance of thinking and memory, which continue with the person throughout his life after feeding him with important functional elements and vitamins. It is noted that with the development and increase of processed and refined food items that have recently entered the human body, there has been a significant increase and acceleration in the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease at alarming and frightening rates. It has become worth reconsidering what we eat and focusing on the right food and its goal as one of the factors affecting the health of brain cells. Therefore, nutritional awareness has become essential and nutritional supplementation is essential for a certain age as a fighter and as a preventer before contracting the disease.

Keywords:Brain; Memory; Alzheimer’s disease; Therapeutic nutrition

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