We all know that smoking is bad for you. But, did you know nicotine actually helps prevent and slow the development of Parkinson's Disease?
Several studies have shown that nicotine could be beneficial for those with Parkinson's, and the good news is you don't have to light a cigarette to get these benefits, you can eat nicotine foods.
Surprised? Keep reading to find out more... Parkinson'... ››› more
There's no reason to follow a wheat-free diet if you have no aversion to the gluten protein you find in wheat, gliadin. In fact, researchers say it could be bad for you to do so because you don't reap any of the health benefits from the wheat germ of the wheat plant, which holds all the nutrients.
But if you have a sensitivity to wheat, give it a miss.
Even if you don't mind the odd bout... ››› more
Nicotine patches have long been prescribed for people suffering from Parkinson's disease. Now, there's an even easier way to get your nicotine dose - simply eat more of the vegetables that contain nicotine! Go for peppers, tomatoes and aubergines…
Tired of your dad telling the same joke over and over again?
Even worse – a joke you just told him?
You may need to ch... ››› more
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