Factors associated with longitudinal plasma selenium decline in the elderly: the EVA study.

  title={Factors associated with longitudinal plasma selenium decline in the elderly: the EVA study.},
  author={Josiane Arnaud and Tasnime Akbaraly and Isabelle Hininger and A L Roussel and C Berr},
  journal={The Journal of nutritional biochemistry},
  volume={18 7},
Selenium status decreases in elderly populations. Cardiovascular diseases are the primary cause of death in the French elderly, and selenium may protect against cardiovascular diseases. The present work aims to evaluate the relationships between cardiovascular-related risk factors and plasma selenium variability in an elderly population during a 9-year period. Seven hundred fifty-one subjects from the EVA ("Etude du Vieillissement Artériel") study, aged 59 to 71 at baseline, were followed for 9… CONTINUE READING
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