Nuts

by Meenakshi Nagdeve last updated -

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The most important thing when dealing with a case of Leigh’s disease is improving the strength of the central nervous system. This is most effectively done with nuts, which provide a steady stream of vitamins, most notably Vitamin B1 (thiamine).Thiamine is well known to improve the body’s metabolic functions and support nervine health. Pistachios, almonds, walnuts and cashews are all great sources of not only vitamin B1, but also fiber and other vitamins and minerals that our bodies need to stay healthy!

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Meenakshi Nagdeve, Co-Founder, Organic Facts is a health and wellness enthusiast and is responsible for managing it. She has completed the Nutrition And Healthy Living Cornell Certificate Program, Cornell University, US. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Bangalore and B. Tech in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from IIT Bombay. Prior to this, she worked for a few years in IT and Financial services. An ardent follower of naturopathy, she believes in healing with foods. In her free time, she loves to travel and taste different types of teas.

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