Strawberries, apples and oranges are extremely useful in Parkinson’s and other diseases
Pennsylvania: Scientists have long said that oranges and their juices, strawberries and apples not only cure many diseases, but also the ingredients in strawberries are very effective in preventing Parkinson’s and brain degeneration.
The University of Pennsylvania closely monitored about 1,250 patients with Parkinson’s for the past 30 years. In short, the antioxidants in strawberries are very useful in diseases like Parkinson’s.
Scientists have found that the antioxidants in strawberries reduce the inflammation of the nervous system and also keep diabetes and blood pressure at bay. These ingredients also protect the brain from many diseases.
One important finding from this three-decade study is that if patients are given 683 mg of flavonoids, their chances of long-term survival increase by 70%. It is important to remember that if a packet of strawberries or 6 medium apples are eaten daily, the amount of flavonoids obtained is only about 680 grams. That is why one cup of strawberry must be eaten at least three times a week.
But experts say that strawberries increase the life expectancy of Parkinson’s patients and they live longer. It should be noted that a significant amount of money has been spent on this study which was going on from 1986 to 2018.