Memory Loss / Cognitive Function Decline

Persons over 65 years old now comprise 12-15% of the U.S. population. Memory loss is one of the most common symptoms and the USA spent more on Alzheimer’s in 2012 than cardiovascular disease or cancer. Contributing factors include poor diet, alcoholism, high blood pressure, prolonged use of tranquilizers and sleep medications and key nutrient deficiencies like choline, inositol, vitamin B6, vitamin B3, vitamin B12, folic acid, protein, and zinc

Mild Cognitive Impairment: Forgetful, memory lapses, less attentive, change in sleeping habits, noticed problems finding the right words to communicate