ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE - VITAMIN E
"Alzheimer's and Vitamin E"
Nutrition Week, May 2, 1997;27(17):7/New York Times, April 24, 1997;A22.
Alzheimer's disease patients were given 2000 IU of vitamin E daily,
which is 60 times the RDA, resulting in a significant delay in the progression
to 1 of 4 major milestone symptoms: inability to perform basic daily activities,
admission to a nursing home, progression to severe dementia or death.
Patients taking vitamin E did not experience these events for
another 230 days compared to placebo patients.
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