Heart Failure improved with Antioxidant Combination

Heart Failure improved with Antioxidant Combination Heart Failure improved with Antioxidant Combination “””the measure of function in large blood vessels and of inflammation improved with treatment. Similarly, the presence of biologically available nitric oxide, a compound that helps blood vessels dilate, also increased.”” Over-the-counter Antioxidant Cocktail Improved Vascular Function in Certain Patients with Heart Failure…

Specific kind of vitamin E can prevent nerve cells from dying after a stroke, new research suggests

2010 study posted for filing Contact: Chandan Sen chandan.sen@osumc.edu 614-247-7786 Ohio State University   STUDY REVEALS HOW ONE FORM OF NATURAL VITAMIN E PROTECTS BRAIN AFTER STROKE COLUMBUS, Ohio – Blocking the function of an enzyme in the brain with a specific kind of vitamin E can prevent nerve cells from dying after a stroke,…

Rectal vitamin E induced remission in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis?

2008 study posted for filing Contact: Lin-Lin Xiao wjg@wjgnet.com 86-105-908-0039 World Journal of Gastroenterology Can rectal vitamin E induce remission in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis? It is believed that the generation of an exaggerated intestinal immune response to otherwise innocuous stimuli along with generation of oxygen free radicals plays a key role…

Optimal Dose of Vitamin E Maximizes Benefits, Minimizes Risk: 24% fewer deaths from heart disease

2008 Study Posted for filing   Corvallis, Oregon – October 29, 2008 — Vitamin E has been heralded for its ability to reduce the risk of blood clots, heart attack, and sudden death. Yet in some people, vitamin E causes bleeding. Scientists have known for more than 50 years that excess vitamin E promotes bleeding…

Oxidative stress: Mechanism of cell death clarified: ” this cell death could be completely prevented by Vitamin E, but not by water-soluble antioxidants”

2008 Posted for filing Contact: Heinz-Jörg Haury presse@helmholtz-muenchen.de 49-893-187-2460 Helmholtz Zentrum München – German Research Center for Environmental Health Life processes in cells require a reducing environment that needs to be sustained with the help of a large number of antioxidative enzymes. This may sound abstract and incomprehensible, but everyone knows the phenomenon that a…

Cleveland Clinic study shows vitamin E may decrease cancer risk in Cowden syndrome patients

Contact: Stephanie Jansky janskys@ccf.org 216-636-5869 Cleveland Clinic Saturday, September 15, 2012, Cleveland: Cleveland Clinic researchers have discovered that vitamin E may prevent cancer in patients with an under-recognized genetic disorder. Several genetic mutations are known to be present in Cowden Syndrome (CS) – a disease that predisposes individuals to several types of cancers, including breast…