Alzheimer hastalığı ve beslenme ile ilişkisi
Alzhiemer disease, which accounts for 70% of dementia caused by damage to the central nervous system, is a disease formed by combining genetic and environmental factors. In the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease, amyloid beta accumulation, Tau proteins, neurofibrillary tangles are involved. Inflammation, oxidative damage, insulin resistance, cholesterol, trace elements, metal exposure, carrying the Apolipoprotein E4 (ApoE) gene are risk factors. It is known that Alzheimer's disease does not occur with aging alone, environmental factors are needed. Although there is no definitive nutritional treatment for Alzheimer's disease, the Mediterranean diet is known to be protective and preventive against risk factors of Alzheimer's disease. The Mediterranean diet, which attracts attention with its rich consumption of fruits and vegetables, moderate consumption of white meat, limited in saturated fatty acids and rich in unsaturated fatty acids, is still popular today. Some changes in gout microbiota can affect Alzheimer's disease. Following a nutritional program that reduces inflammation, protects from free radicals and eliminates factors that increase nutritional amyloid beta accumulation can be protective. In addition to this nutrition program, vitamin and mineral supplements and probiotic supplements are recommended as a preventive for Alzheimer's.
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