Thursday, September 29, 2016

Impact of Vitamin C and E On Women

A Harvard study of 15,000 women in their 70s found those who had been taking vitamin C (400-1,250 mg per day) and vitamin E (100-500 I.U. per day) for at least 10 years scored better on tests of memory, verbal fluency, and immediate and delayed recall than those who didn't take the vitamins or took them for a shorter period of time.

So ... today's the best time to start taking Vitamin C and E. I recommend 2,000 mg of C per day and 800 I.U. of E per day to create optimum levels of health.

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