It’s undoubtedly the most baffling medical mystery of the last 200+ years. The greatest musical prodigy of all time, able to compose an entire symphony at just the age of six years, mysteriously died at the peak of his powers and the height of his career.
Rumors have abounded for two centuries. Was it poison? Did his highly envious co-composer, Antonio Salieri do it?
Watch the movie “Amadeus” by Milos Foreman and you will be as baffled as everyone else. You can stream the movie to your computer instantly with NetFlix – Mozart would have loved that.
I think – no – I KNOW the true answer.
This is not just a fascinating murder-mystery tale, but this new theory behind his premature death could very well save your life – and absolutely prolong it.
Read on and see if you agree with me.
What Really Killed Mozart?
First, some background.
For practically all my life I have been fascinated by Mozart and his untimely death. It seems as if there is a weird conspiracy out there to “snatch” our musical giants from us, way before their time: John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, Judy Garland, George Harrison, Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, Mario Lanza, Bix Biderbeck and many more.
In my callow youth, while everyone else was celebrating Elvis Presley, I was listening to Mozart. How can someone compose an entire symphony at age six with no formal musical training? In his immortal words when asked about this, Mozart answered, “Compose a symphony? I didn’t compose anything. I just wrote down what I heard!”
It’s for this reason that he was always known as “Amadeus” (Latin for “Man of God”) as he was convinced his talent came from the heavens and from God himself. If you’ve ever listened to Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony, you know what I mean.
So, when a recent research report hit my desk that said the true story to Mozart’s death had been uncovered, I sat straight up and devoured every word.
Mozart was Killed by a common Vitamin Deficiency
When you study Mozart’s habits and do a basic autopsy of his death and disease symptoms, it comes down to a dramatic deficiency of SUNSHINE. He seldom spent time outdoors in the sun, sleeping during the days and writing music at night.
That translates into a equally dramatic lack of the “Sunshine Vitamin”, Vitamin D.
Read this research report summary from NUTRAingredients: Deficiency in D major: Did vitamin deficiency lead to Mozart’s untimely death?