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January 29 2008 Alzheimers Newsletter


Here's the latest article from the Alzheimers site at BellaOnline.com.

Vitamin E for a Sound Mind and Body

Vitamin E is an important preventative for the inevitable decline of mind and body as we age. Researchers at Yale University claim that people with the lowest levels of Vitamin E, as evidenced in blood tests, are 60% more likely to experience physical decline regarding activities of daily living. However, for those who had higher levels of Vitamin E, they seemed to reverse the clock. This is attributed to the potent anti-oxidant ability of Vitamin E to reduce the damage of free radicals to DNA and muscle tissue, as well as preventing cardiovascular disease.
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