Healthy Living

Genetics and Lifestyle Choices Both Play a Role in How Alzheimer's Develops


Food guidelines can be as strict or lenient depending on who the patient, but it is always a wise idea to be sparing with the sugar, saturated fats, fried foods, and carbs. In addition to making the body feel sluggish, foods loaded with these components heighten the risk for other health problems like diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. In particular, leafy greens, berries, beans, and fish are excellent foods to include in regular meals and help combat a wide variety of health problems, including inflammation.