Vitamin E may reduce risk of motor neurone disease

Long-term use of vitamin E supplements may be associated with a reduced risk of the motor neurone disease ALS, according to new research.

The study analysed data from over one million people from five longitudinal cohort studies, and suggested an inverse association between dietary vitamin E intake and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) which «warrants further study».
The authors noted that vitamin E is an important cellular antioxidant which has been shown to delay the onset of ALS in an animal model.
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