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The Parkinson’s diet: a plate for better living

The Parkinson’s diet: a plate for better living

Good nutrition can help decrease the intensity of Parkinson’s symptoms. This infographic provides diet tips for people with Parkinson's gleaned from talks by experts at the Parkinson's Day event held at NIMHANS, Bengaluru on 2 April. 
Food and nutrition for Parkinson's disease | Illustration by Mridula Sharma
Food and nutrition for Parkinson’s disease | Illustration by Mridula Sharma

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