Orthomolecular medicine: the therapeutic use of dietary supplements for anti-aging

@article{Janson2006OrthomolecularMT,
  title={Orthomolecular medicine: the therapeutic use of dietary supplements for anti-aging},
  author={Michael A. Janson},
  journal={Clinical Interventions in Aging},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={261 - 265}
}
Dietary supplements at high doses as part of medical therapy have been controversial, but the evidence suggests that they play a significant role in prevention and treatment of diseases as well as protection from accelerated aging that results from oxygen free-radical damage, inflammation, and glycation. This literature review examines several supplements that have documented roles in medical therapy, including vitamins C and E, coenzyme Q10, alpha-lipoic acid, chromium, L-carnitine, and… CONTINUE READING
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