Deterioration in mental function previously attributed to “normal aging” may be at least partly due to subtle undetected and correctable deficiencies of specific vitamins that are required by the brain. (Carper, Jean. Your Miracle Brain. NY: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 2000, p 197)

Most loss of mental capacity happens to the very old and is related more to lack of exercise, drug interactions, depression, or other reversible conditions. Senility is really not a “disease.” (Dychtwald, Ken, PhD, and Joe Flower. Age Wave. NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1989, pp 37-40)

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