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What causes a "fogginess" in the brain?  There is some evidence that heavy metals play a role.  The fact that many heavy metals are found in fish, and other food sources is becoming more and more apparent.  These heavy metals that can act like a Teflon coating over the neurotransmitters and receptors in the brain are causing quite a stir in the scientific community.  Where do the cobwebs come from?  What are they made of?  Why do we start losing our car keys, can't remember where we parked the car in the mall and grandchildren's birthdays?  What we do early in life can impact whether we will be sitting in a wheel chair along a hallway in a nursing home someday in a wet diaper.  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.



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