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(January 2017)


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Cinzia Cuneo

The right time to embrace a healthy diet is NOW.

Medical progress means we're living longer than ever before, but not necessarily in good health. Fifteen years from now, 1.4 million Canadians will have some form of dementia, according to some estimates. Is it possible to grow old in good health and significantly reduce our chances of developing Alzheimer's? The answer is YES.
Many recent studies have shown that we can reduce our risk of developing a neurodegenerative disease by 30 to 50 percent by embracing a healthier lifestyle and diet. The food we eat can be a determining factor in slowing cognitive decline, with certain vitamins, phytonutrients and marine oils being particularly beneficial. This book is a guide to eating well with a view to keeping your brain young for as long as possible.
Because Alzheimer's disease can set into the brain for 10 to 20 years before it is detected, the right time to embrace a healthy diet is NOW.

Part one – Alzheimer's disease and risk factors
1.1 The brain and aging
1.2 Managing the risk intelligently
Part two – Theory: Nutrients and diets to keep cognitive decline at bay
2.1 Carbohydrates and protein: The importance of balance
2.2 Oils: Choosing the right kinds of fats
2.3 Antioxidants: The importance of colour
2.4 Other essential vitamins
2.5 Hydrating your brain to keep it sharp
2.6 Diets to keep cognitive decline at bay
Part three – In practice: How to eat well
3.1 Serving colourful, balanced meals
3.2 The SOS Cuisine method – taking the experience online

Cinzia Cuneo holds a master's degree in Applied Sciences and she is the co-founder and president of Sukha Technologies Inc., the company that developed, the Canadian reference guide to healthy eating tailored to dietary needs. Every week, more than 400,000 families use this intelligent meal-planning and foodpurchasing service. The site contains dozens of balanced menus that take into account the nutritional needs and food preferences of each person and the savings in supermarket flyers.

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