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Antioxidants?
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07/19/04 02:30
Steve M

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07/19/04 02:30
Steve M

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Antioxidants?

I've done a lot of medical reading on dupuytren and it seems there is a common link in that many researchers believe the oxidation of free radicals contributes to the growth of the fibroblasts that cause the disease. So I decided to take the vitamin E therapy some recommend one step farther. Vitamin E is an antioxidant. Other powerful antioxidants may also aid in inhibiting the disease progression.

Here is what I am taking...I'd love if anyone had comments on it pro or con.

Vitamin E 400IU
Selenium 50 mcg
Centrum Silver multivitamin
Alpha Lipoic Acid 500mg
Lycopene 10mg
coenzyme Q10 150mg

and plus I am taking Celebrex for the aches of the disease and that it also fights oxidation and cell proliferation like in some cancers and dupuytrens.

I also drink blueberry juice daily and plan on drinking green tea which also has antioxidant properties.

Individually all these items seem safe from the reading. Hopefully there isn't such a thing as too much antioxidants.

Steve

07/17/06 02:13
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07/17/06 02:13
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C 1000 + Rosemary Antioxidant

Vitamin C is a basic antioxidant and is essential in the synthesis of collagen and the health of connective tissue, gums, teeth and bones. ROSEMARY antioxidant (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a powerful, standardized lipid (fat or oil) soluble antioxidant. Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) is actually a type of carbohydrate and is manufactured by converting sorbitol, a simple carbohydrate, into Vitamin C.

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