Could Nutrition Play a Role in Alzheimer’s Disease?

Is it possible that one of the most serious medical conditions of our age, Alzheimer’s disease may be the result of chronic nutritional deficiencies? A number of years ago we discovered some very serious illnesses were correctable through proper nutrition. Among these are: scurvy, a serious lack of collagen production as a result of a deficiency in vitamin C; beriberi, a form of congestive heart failure related to a deficiency of vitamin B1; and rickets, a bone-wasting disease in children caused by a deficiency of vitamin D.

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