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Antioxidant supplements (Vitamin A, C, E, and selenium) protect cells by neutralizing free radicals, atomic fragments that cause cellular destruction and produce metabolic waste.
The Alpha Tocopherol-Beta Carotene Study, which involved more than 29,000 men, revealed that those who took Vitamin E supplements were 32% less likely to develop prostate cancer and 41% less likely to die from the disease. In 2005, researchers involved in The Women’s Health Study, the largest trial to-date involving Vitamin E supplementation, reported that natural alpha-tocopherol supplements significantly lowered the risk of death, especially by heart attack and stroke, and particularly in women over age 65. A separate study found that that consuming high dietary levels of vitamin E could lower the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by as much as 70%.
Therapeutic Daily Dosing: Consult an anti-aging physician to determine the dosing that is appropriate for your medical needs.
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