Friday, November 03, 2006

Research suggests the antioxidant vitamin C given to patients with wrist fractures may significantly reduce the chance of developing crps/rsd.

My wrist fracture was in 1998. The research was first done in 1999.

"Vitamin C.

The only prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study to examine the efficacy of administering free radical scavengers for the prevention of CRPS was reported using vitamin C. Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant that is reported to scavenge both hydroxyl radicals and superoxide radicals that produce hydroxyl and other free radicals. Zollinger et al.


Anonymous said...

Antioxidants are great, they helped me feel more energetic, lowered my cholesterol levels and even help prevent cancer.

Yet, it is important to find a trusted brand for antioxidant vitamins and supplements.

I can recommend what i'm using. they are called newcells and their website is:

All the best

jeisea said...

Hi Jane
Yes antioxidants have a great part to play in fighting free radical damage. As you probably realize, my personal opinion is the becaus antioxidants work synergistically in food we are less likely to upset the balance by increasing antioxidants in our diet. I realize that isn't always possible.
Great you've found something that helps you,

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