Parkinson’s disease: The fruit that causes movement disorders ‘similar to the disease’

Wood explained: “It may cause nerve damage and movement problems, especially with long-term use. In addition, soursop may be toxic to the kidneys of the liver with repeated use.”

The tropical fruit, native to South American countries, has garnered significant attention for its wide-reaching health benefits.

Among these, are supposed anti-cancer properties, which have been compared to those of chemotherapy.

Monika Wassermann, Medical Director at Oliolusso, explained: “Soursop is a flavourful fruit with delicious flesh.

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