For people with Parkinson’s who have mild or no motor fluctuations, meals should be distributed equally throughout the day. For people who experience motor fluctuations, it may be helpful for each type of food to be split into different meals during the day...
Carbohydrates: sugars in themselves do not interfere with prescribed medications, although they appear, in some cases, to affect their transport to the brain, as a result of increased secretion of insulin which reduces the level of circulating amino acids.
To help you to have even more possibilities and variety, discover here a 10-day dietary plan.
Welcome to My Perfect Dish! This website gives you all the information you’ll need to create a varied, tasty and balanced diet for you or your relatives living with Parkinson’s disease.
Diet doesn't mean giving up the pleasure of experiencing different tastes. Our chefs have created some tasty and fun recipes based on special food needs for PD patients
Take a look at a delicious range of recipes. Each has been created by a trained nutritionist, paying special attention to the specific needs of people living with Parkinson’s Diseas