Slow the disease’s progression by taking 1,200 mg a day of this powerful nutrient
Help delay the need for medication by supplementing with a daily combination of 3,000 mg of vitamin C and 3,200 IU of vitamin E
If you are taking a drug that contains levodopa, eat a low-protein breakfast and lunch, followed by a high-protein dinner to enhance the action of levodopa and improve symptoms
Get involved in a regular exercise program to increase strength, flexibility, and balance
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