Summary

This study examined whether individuals who regularly use supplements of the antioxidant vitamins E and C have a lower risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) than nonusers.
The study followed 957,740 individuals 30 years of age or older. Regular use of vitamin E supplements was associated with a lower risk of dying of ALS. The results therefore suggest that vitamin E supplementation could have a role in ALS prevention.

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References

Tracy L Peters, John D Beard, David M Umbach ,Kelli Allen, Jean Keller ,Daniela Mariosa ,Dale P Sandler ,Silke Schmidt ,Fang Fang ,Weimin Ye ,Freya Kamel 

 

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