The cognitive decline associated with Huntington’s Disease can be one of the most painful and difficult symptoms to deal with, but increasing your level of vitamin E (tocopherol) can help. Vitamin E is closely linked to stimulating neural activity and the creation of neuronal pathways in the brain. Acting as an antioxidant, this essential vitamin can help reduce the symptoms of Huntington’s. Foods that are high in Vitamin E include almonds, spinach, kale, and hazelnuts.
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