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Alzheimer Awareness Month, Vitamin E “beneficial” in Dementia

Alzheimer Awareness Month, Vitamin E “beneficial” in Dementia

January is Alzheimer’s National Awareness Month, and what a better way to kick off this month than by looking at a new study in the medical journal JAMA about vitamin E and dementia. The study found people with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease on high doses of vitamin E had a slower rate of decline than those given a placebo pill.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-25552768

A lot of the vitamin E on the market are synthetic meaning they aren’t even derived from plants, most are created in the lab. Alpha-tocotrienol is the most active form of vitamin E and has also been found to have protective effects on brain cells. Ask your naturopathic doctor which vitamin E is best to combat dementia.

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