Archives for Tag: malabsorption

One Fifth of Dementia Has a Cure – Nutritional Deficinecies

Source: What Doctors Don’t Tell You © (Volume 5, Issue 12) WDDTY panelist Dr Melvyn Werbach believes that up to a fifth of all dementia in the elderly is reversible, and one large cause is malnutrition or malabsorption, or an inadequate amount of a number of nutrients. He and other nutritional specialists suggest that anyone […]

Dementia Is Reversible in 20% of Cases Due To Nutritional Deficiency

Dementia is reversible in 20% of all elderly dementia patients due to hidden nutritional deficiencies, according to Dr. Melvyn Werbach. As we report here on, there are actually quite a number of different causes of reversible dementia, and proper diagnoses is imperative to ensure you or your loved one is not left to wither […]