This last weekend I attended a seminar about the nutritional treatment of neurological diseases like MS and Alzheimer’s disease. The course was taught by two well-respected neurologists, one taught at the Mayo Clinic and the other was on staff at Cornell Medical University.
It is not uncommon for patients experiencing memory loss to come and ask if they have Alzheimer’s. Katherine Willner, MD in the course of her lecture made a profound statement about how you can know if a patient has Alzheimer’s Disease. In her words, “if you think you are losing your memory then you do not have Alzheimer’s. It is only when you do not realize that you are losing your memory that you have it.”
Terry Pfau DO, HMD