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Eat to Beat Alzheimer's

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Here’s a typical daily menu that will help you beat heart disease and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

Breakfast
Omelet made from one whole omega-3 organic egg yolk and two egg whites, one slice of whole wheat toast with a dab of jam.
Coffee with a splash of almond or soy milk, if desired


Lunch
1 cup spinach-and-citrus salad, made from a combination of spinach and romaine leaves, with chopped segments of orange added.
4 ounces tuna, canned in water, and served with slices of ripe tomato, then garnished with fresh basil leaves.
1 slice whole-wheat toast, no butter!


Snack
1 handful of raw almonds or sunflower seeds


Dinner
1 small glass of organic red wine or grape juice
4 ounces broiled salmon topped with basil, lemon juice, garlic, and fresh parsley
½ cup cooked squash
½ cup cooked Brussels sprouts


Dessert or snack
Tofu, topped with maple syrup, crushed walnuts, and cinnamon
 

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