Monday, 24 February 2014

Vitamins C and E

Vitamins C and E

The ability of folate to prevent age-related hearing loss was supported in a long-term study by Josef Shargorodsky and colleagues at Boston, Massachusetts' Brigham and Women’s Hospital. While this team did not find vitamins C and E to play a prominent role in their 2010 study, they acknowledged that these vitamins were only used in small quantities in their study. Reviewing past findings, these researchers suggest that the antioxidant properties of vitamins C and E may help prevent damage to healthy cells associated with hearing. Based on their findings and those of past research, they suggest that large amounts of these vitamins may help prevent hearing loss. To attain such high levels, combine supplements with vitamin C-rich foods, such as citrus fruits, and foods high in vitamin E, such as almonds, sunflower oil and peanut butter

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