Alzheimer’s Protection from Dietary Vitamin E

Vitamin E is back in the spotlight, following dashed hopes that supplementing with this nutrient would result in many health benefits.

A new prospective Dutch study has found that those who consumed the most dietary Vitamin E at the beginning of the study experienced 25% less dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease during almost 10 years of follow-up. Dietary sources of Vitamin E were primarily were primarily vegetable oils, margarine, butter and mayonnaise.

PositiveTip: A dietary pattern that includes healthy oils may substantially reduce your risk of dementia later in life.