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Better Memory at 75 than at 35

Posted on January 10, 2013 at 10:11 AM Comments comments ()

Dear health-conscious friend,

Tell me if this sounds familiar…

You’re out with friends and you meet someone new. Introductions are made, and you chat for a while. As it turns out, you have a lot in common, and you start to think, here’s someone who could be a good friend.

Then when it’s time to say goodbye, you can’t remember his name.

It’s a little embarrassing, to be sure, and it happens to all of us, right?

But what about this?

You’re at the grocery store, and you hear someone call your name. You turn and see a man waving at you from the other end of the aisle.

You don’t remember that he’s the man you met when you were out with your friends. You have no idea who he is.

As he makes his way toward you, you wrack your brain to figure out where you’ve seen him before, but you draw a complete blank.

Then, for the next 15 minutes, you fake a conversation, smiling and nodding, hoping he won’t realize you don’t know who he is.

These are the moments we all dread.

Like the times you know you’ve asked a question but can’t remember if you ever got the answer. You ask again, but the grandkids start to giggle because, according to them, you’ve asked several times already.

Or the times you walk into the kitchen to get something, but you can’t remember what. You end up getting a snack just so you don’t feel so silly.

Are these normal memory lapses? Or do they signify something more?

“Senior moments” may be laughable to the young, but as we age, they can be a real concern…

… They create doubt and fear. Will we soon forget where we live or who our children are?

… They make us look older than we are. The last thing we want is for people to think we can’t take care of ourselves.

… Worst of all, they make us feel helpless and out of control. Are we losing our mind? Could this be the beginning of the end?

The trouble is, we know too many stories about friends and family who started out forgetting the lines to their favorite song and ended up in a daycare for Alzheimer’s patients. None of us wants to end up like that!

But memory loss is a normal part of aging, isn't it? We can only expect it to get worse, right?

If these fears ever cross your mind… if you or a loved one ever experiences senior moments… and even if you don’t… I have good news for you!
The old ideas about aging are wrong

At last, it’s been scientifically proven.

For years, people believed that a failing memory was a natural part of aging. Not anymore!

Scientific evidence is mounting as study after study proves that old age and a bad memory do NOT go hand in hand. Even better, it’s possible to reverse an ailing memory and regain your clear, sharp thinking from this point on.

The truth is, you can and should have a quick mind at every age. All it takes are a few simple changes that will help you protect, nourish, and exercise your brain.

Hard? Not at all. I’ve laid it all out in my newly updated booklet, 7 All-Natural, Powerful Ways to Make Your Mind Razor Sharp.
Your memory: the key to a fulfilling life


I’m Dr. Victor Marchione, and I’m thrilled about these new medical breakthroughs in brain health and memory.

You see, I’ve been practicing medicine in New York and New Jersey for more than 20 years. I’ve been featured on ABC News and World Report, CBS Evening News and the NBC Today Show, and I’m the editor of the popular The Food Doctor newsletter.

I’m a believer in the body’s ability to heal itself — if it’s taken care of properly. But one of the biggest challenges I face is getting people to understand this simple principle…

Natural remedies can be far more powerful than a quick prescription.

Not just for your general health, but for your memory as well.

A healthy mind and body are your most precious possessions. Take care of them, and you can enjoy the best that life has to offer. Ignore them, and they’ll fail you just when you need them most.

That’s why memory is such a big issue as we age. Memory loss is one of the major causes of disability and a primary cause of dependence for senior adults.

None of us likes to think about it, but it’s true. Once you lose your clear, razor-sharp memory, you lose the ability to do simple things such as…

    Taking your medication.
    Turning off the iron or oven.
    Remembering important appointments.
    Paying bills on time.

If it involved nothing more than losing your house keys or cell phone, that would be bad enough. But memory loss can rob you of your confidence and independence. Worst, it can whisk away the most important things in life: your memories, friends, family, and ultimately, your future.
It doesn’t have to be that way!

Scientists are now discovering that you can drastically reduce the likelihood of suffering these “symptoms” of old age. You can protect and even repair your memory — and potentially have a sharper mind at 75 than you did at 35.

Have doubts? Take a look at these findings from the World Health Organization:

    Memory loss isn’t a normal part of aging. That includes the memory loss we associate with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. In most cases, forgetfulness is the result of other factors that affect your brain’s ability to work properly.

    More than 7 million cases of memory-related diseases are diagnosed per year. That’s one new case every four seconds! What’s more, these are indiscriminant diseases, affecting people from all races and income levels. So unless we do something about it, we are all at risk.

    Now for the good news: Since memory loss is NOT a natural result of old age, you don’t have to be one of these statistics!

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Believe it or not, it’s possible!

The key is to protect your brain from the inside out, to strengthen your “memory muscle” so it won’t lose its agility and strength.

Think about it… Throughout our lives we wear helmets and hardhats to protect us at work and play. Yet we completely ignore the damage that can happen inside our heads.

Poor lifestyle choices, bad nutrition, and other factors can harm our brains — and memory — from the inside out.

Every year, new scientific studies are proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that you can not only protect your memory, but improve it. And you can do it without medications that cause side effects or interfere with prescription medications.

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