MEMORY: I hear a lot of people complain about how had their memory is. Mine was bad, too. I would go into the next room and not remember what I went to get. People at work would tell me I told them to do something and I would deny it because I had absolutely no memory of it. I would forget important birthdays and other events I should have remembered. I would forget to look at the calendar for reminders of these events. It was a serious enough problem that I believed I was in the first stages of Alzheimer’s disease and going downhill fast. Fortunately, I didn’t dwell on it because I soon forgot I had the problem.
I went off all milk products (cheese, cream cheese, milk, buttermilk, yogurt, and ice cream, all of it). I didn’t eliminate milk products because I thought it would help my memory, I eliminated milk products because of the adverse affect it had on my adult dependent son. I remember thinking at the time that if milk products were doing that to him, they were doing something to me. I just didn’t know what it was. In one week, my memory was better and I knew it was better. The remarkable health benefits of eliminating milk products continued. In the year following stopping milk products, my memory and brain function came back, I quit being dyslexic, my very rotund middle slimmed down, my arthritis pain left and didn’t come back, my receding hairline began growing back in, and my totally gray hair started growing back dark.
In addition to eliminating milk products (cutting back doesn’t do it), you can use Ginkgo Leaf capsules. Ginkgo improves circulation to the brain and does help memory function. Remember, too, that the brain uses a lot of B vitamins and these water soluble vitamins pass through your body fairly quickly. I’m a big believer in doing B vitamins twice daily and I recommend a Stress B complex.