Sylvia Hatzer, 82-year-old dementia sufferer who failed to recognize her own son has incredibly got her memory back after changing her diet.


Her son Mark, noticed memory loss three years ago which progressed and she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and then continued to deteriorate rapidly.


They decided that medication was not in itself enough, so took heed of the fact that rates of dementia are far lower in Mediterranean countries and copied their eating habits.


They increased blueberries and walnuts as well as broccoli, kale and spinach, sunflower seeds, green tea, oats, sweet potatoes and as a treat ,dark chocolate with a high cocoa content.


Mark, a lawyer, said: “It wasn’t an overnight miracle but after a couple of months she began remembering things like birthdays and was becoming her old self again, more alert, more engaged.


And the crowning glory is that the mum and son have been invited to the Queen’s Garden Party this summer, in recognition of Sylvia’s efforts to give hope to thousands of others affected by dementia.


“People don’t realize but dementia is the number one killer in this country ahead of heart disease or cancer, but it doesn’t get the same funding, it is a crisis.”


Dr. Iverson's Comments: 

My early studies opened my eyes to the HEALING POWER found in the antioxidants from plants.  Since that time that have been a MAIN STAY THERAPY for my patients and I have seen amazing MIRACLES.  Those plants I found MOST EFFECTIVE I compounded them all into ONE formula called PHYTO-OX....loaded with the herbal anti-oxidants most supported by science to benefit BRAIN and HEART health.  I also would recommend in addition to that the CLEANme TEA and the ProtectMe tea as well as Liver and Kidney formulas #3 Rejuvenate and LIquidate.  These formulas I have particularly sought plants that have OVERWHELMING powerful protective qualities!  


FOODS for Alzheimer’s and dementia: 


Fish: salmon or mackerel and sardines


Wholegrains, especially oats, quinoa, millet


Beans, lentils, split peas


Sweet potatoes, carrots and swede


Leafy green vegetables such as broccoli, kale and spinach


Mushrooms, especially brown varieties


Nuts, especially Brazils and walnuts


Berries, especially blueberries, blackberries 


Flax seeds, Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds


Tea, especially herbal and green teas


Good quality dark chocolate (with a cocoa content of 70 per cent or more)