DC In-Home Care Provider Educates Foods Parkinson’s Patients Should Avoid
11/12/2020

Comfort Home Care, a DC in-home care provider, recently released a new article discussing what food Parkinson’s patients should avoid.

Online PR News – 12-November-2020 – Rockville, Maryland – Comfort Home Care, a DC in-home care provider, recently released a new educational resource that focuses on explaining what foods Parkinson's patients should avoid. The new article focuses on educating readers on why they should avoid certain foods, the potential risks, and the importance of eating healthy. The information in the article is guided by professional caregivers at Comfort Home Care who have a deep knowledge of Parkinson's disease and direct experience dealing with and treating patients affected by this disease.

Comfort Home Care offers valuable information for patients and families of patients who are afflicted with Parkinson's and want to understand the proper diet they should be following. In the article, they explain how it is important to avoid dairy, sugars, salt, saturated fats, and alcohol. They also explain some foods and nutrients that can be very beneficial including antioxidants, healthy grains, fruits, and vegetables. Overall, they detail how important it is to limit unhealthy foods and keep bad habits in moderation while ensuring to eat a healthy, balanced diet. They highlight how this can have a dramatic effect on the ability to easily manage symptoms. The team at Comfort Home Care takes pride in helping families understand the treatment and care they provide and enabling peace of mind throughout each step of the process.

While this new article focuses on Parkinson's disease and how to properly feed your body while afflicted by this disease, Comfort Home Care's website offers visitors information regarding their team, experience, and a full list of service offerings and conditions that they cover. Comfort Home Care offers personalized caregiving services that can handle conditions such as Alzheimer's, dementia, Parkinson's, cancer, and also serious injuries and illnesses. They offer full-service in-home care that includes assisted living, end-of-life care, fall prevention, and more.

With the addition of this new article, Comfort Home Care hopes that patients and families who deal with Parkinson's will understand the dramatic effect that diet can have on those with the disease. They want families to understand the benefits of a balanced and nutritious diet that can power the body to maintain a higher quality of life. For more information, contact Comfort Home Care by phone at 301-888-5253 or visit their website at https://www.choosecomforthome.com. They are located at 121 Congressional Lane, Suite 201 Rockville, MD 20852.

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