Managing Parkinson's Disease Symptoms  with diet

Manage the symptoms of Parkinson's Diseases with these dietary Interventions

NEWSMEDICAL

Staying hydrated and eating plenty of whole foods like fruits, vegetables, lean protein are key ways to stay healthy and be energized.

MEDICALXPRESS

The symptoms caused by the disease or the medications can be controlled to an extent with these dietary interventions.

HOMECAREASSISTANCE

Manage constipation with a diet that is rich in fiber like fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains. Drink fluids and exercise well to avoid it.

Constipation:

SKINNYMS

Medicines for Parkinson's can cause dehydration and make you feel tired, confused, imbalance. Make sure to drink fluids throughout the day.

Dehydration:

ROSWELLPARK

Loss of taste can lead to weight loss, depression and malnutrition. Try to have more flavored food and avoid bland foods.

Loss of Taste:

DELISH

Eat small and frequent meals to balance energy levels. Eat foods with potassium and salts. Fluid replacement is mandatory to avoid dehydration.

Diarrhea:

EVERYDAYHEALTH

It is a side effect of medicines. Ginger or Peppermint tea will help with this symptom. Avoid dairy products, fatty foods and sweet desserts.

Nausea:

BYRDIE

Try pureed diet with porridge, soups, smoothies etc. Discuss dietary supplements with dietician if you can't eat or swallow.

Swallowing Problems:

FOODTOGLOW

The medicine commonly used to treat the disease should not be taken immediately after a protein meal. It will not work to full power. Save your protein intake for later.

Protein Food:

BASICFIT

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