9 Ways to Minimize Alzheimer’s Disease Risk



Homocysteine is an amino acid the body makes to break down the protein we eat. It’s generally found in high levels in people who eat a lot of red meat and has been linked to a higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Reducing the amount of meat you eat each week and eating foods that are found to help lower levels of homocysteine such as whole grains and leafy greens will help reduce your Alzheimer’s risk.

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