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What should the person who have parcenson eat most ????

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Dr. Enrique Madrigal-segura
Psychiatry 55 years experience
Parkinson?: As everybody else, a good and healthy diet, making sure you meet your need for proteins, vegetables, vitamins and other nutrients. Stay away from alcohol. It is important to be active, and as much as you can, exercise daily. Keep your mind active through reading or puzzles or similar hobby. Keep a satisfactory family and social life. Most of all, make sure to comply with medication management.
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