Apart from the book “Eat Well Stay Well with Parkinson’s” which is now well out-of-date are there any current books that deal with nutrition and Parkinson’s in some depth? Not a recipe book, please. I have read Parkinson’s UK publication on the topic but would like more detailed information. Thank you.
Have you considered this one - published 2017 https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=parkinsons+disease+reducing+symptoms+with+nutrition+and+drugs&sprefix=parkinsons+disease&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_3_18
Not totally about nutrition but I found “Parkinsons Disease An In-depth metabolic Guide” by Ray Griffiths useful. He is a nutritionist with a strong knowledge of Parkinsons.
He also has written “Depression:The Mind-Body Diet and Lifestyle Connection” which is published this month. I have not received my copy yet but suspect it will be relevant for PWP.
Many thanks indeed for your response. Perhaps a mite too technical and not really written for the layman.
Is the first book easier to read? I too am interested in different approaches to treatment
The book I suggested is written for lay people & professionals alike & pretty straightforward. It includes the references/evidence on which their advice is based so it is scientifically sound but don’t let that put you off, no need to read the “science” bits unless it interests you.
Thank you, Mountainair! I have just seen your reply which somehow slipped through the net previously. Coincidently, a day ago I ordered this book, so will see how it goes.