What You Can Eat to Help Prevent Parkinson's Disease

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By Molly Clifton

Eating peppers may help lower the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.

A new study finds as people eat more foods that contain small amounts of nicotine, like peppers and tomatoes, their risk of developing the movement disorder decreases.

Previous studies have found a link between cigarettes and other forms of tobacco and a reduced risk of the disease.

Nearly one million Americans suffer from Parkinson’s.



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