The study, ‘Reduced risk of Alzheimer disease in users published Antioxidant Vitamin Supplements ‘ in January 2004 issue of the journal Archives of Neurology.Peter P. Lead author of the study and assistant professor in the School Department of Mental Health said ‘These findings are very exciting. Our study suggests that regular use of vitamin E supplements in doses until 2000. In combination with vitamin C can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer ‘s disease to reduce. ‘.
However, there was no significant reduction in the risk of Alzheimer’s disease with vitamin E or vitamin C alone or with multivitamins.Multivitamins typically contain the recommended daily allowance of vitamin E and vitamin C , while individual supplements at doses up to 1,000 IU vitamin E and 500-1,000 mg or more of vitamin C. Continue reading “Our study suggests that regular use of vitamin E supplements in doses until 2000.”