1. Vitamin E 400 to 1,200 IUs daily (400 if you bleed easily, otherwise 800 to 1,200; avoid if taking anticoagulants for medical reasons; do not exceed 400 IUs if you also take aspirin or ginkgo).

2. Add vitamin A and C supplements (see table on page 203) to your diet, which should already be rich in these vitamins.

3. Consider taking phosphatidylserine as a cognitive enhancer.

4. If you're postmenopausal, consult your doctor about taking estrogen, both for its promemory and antiosteoporosis effects.

5. Talk to your doctor about prescribing donepezil (Aricept; or Exelon or Reminyl), especially if you don't have a clearly identifiable cause of memory loss.

6. You can also ask your doctor about selegiline. Ginkgo biloba is another option. Consider taking only one (or none) of these two medications.

7. Take an aspirin a day if you have risk factors for stroke.

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