Avoid Too Spicy Food Rich In Iron And Manganese
It has been proven that higher manganese and iron intake increases the risk of Parkinson's disease. Therefore, moderate intake of foods containing manganese and iron is recommended. Foods that are rich in manganese and iron are leafy green vegetables, nuts, fruits, whole grains, spices, chocolate etc. Vegetables, nuts, fruits and whole grains contain proteins, vitamins, fibers etc. All these ingredients have a beneficial effect on the body, so it is not recommended to avoid them. However, sweets and spices (such as salt, saffron, cardamom, ginger, basil and pumpkin pie spice) should be reduced or avoided in your daily diet. They do not contain nutritionally beneficial substances. Reduced exposure to manganese and iron is useful in reducing the risk of Parkinson's disease.