A pinch of cinnamon, a key to fight Parkinson’s disease


A pinch of cinnamon, a key to fight Parkinson's disease

Parkinson’s is a disease that attacks the health of your brain that can automatically lower the ability of your motor. It sounds awful, but it turns out this disease can be prevented with a simple way.

A study reported by indiatimes.com found that cinnamon can prevent and slow the progression of this disease for people with Parkinson’s.

“Cinnamon has long been used as a spice that is not only able to flavor dishes, but also could be a herbal remedy. One of them is to treat Parkinson’s disease. Because these herbs can restore the irregularities that occurred in biomechanics, cellular and anatomical exist in the human brain as Parkinson’s, “said Kalipada abundance, a professor of neurology at Rush University Illinois.

Furthermore, this study also found that cinnamon will trigger the liver to produce sodium benzoate in the body which then goes into the brain and is able to replace protein loss due to this disease. So that will be protected brain neurons and increases motor function. The result was the development of Parkinson’s disease will be weakened.