Since then, the response from the ALS community has been extremely touching. Regrettably, I have fallen far behind in answering the requests from patients and their families, but I want to start making amends by taking this moment to update everyone on several developments in this field.
Answer: We don’t make endorsements, but we can offer advice for choosing supplements wisely.
It’s important to remember that supplements are not always necessary and they are not regulated as rigorously as drugs, so it is largely up to consumers to determine a product’s appropriateness, safety and potency.
Below we offer some concrete tips. Continue reading
Research Also Uncovers a New, Better Way to Test for Vitamin E
New research from Linus Pauling Institute Principal Investigator and Ava Helen Pauling Professor Maret Traber, Ph.D., has shown that people with metabolic syndrome need significantly more vitamin E – which could be a serious public health concern, in light of the millions of people who have this condition that’s often related to obesity. Continue reading
Notable research from this year may steer you toward bringing a heaping dish of cruciferous vegetables to your next holiday meal. Continue reading