Vitamin B Supplements May Reduce Stroke Risk

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However, among those who did have strokes, taking vitamin B supplements did not appear to affect the severity of strokes or the risk of dying from a stroke, according to the study, published Sept. 18 in the journal Neurology. A number of factors may influence the ability of vitamin B to reduce a person’s stroke risk, the researchers said. These factors include how well a person’s body absorbs the vitamins, the concentrations of vitamins in the blood and whether a person has kidney disease or high blood pressure, said study researcher Dr.
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So, it was with some interest that I read a study in the American Academy of Neurologys journal Neurology, indicating that B vitamins may affect stroke risk in some cases. The first thing to consider is that B vitamins are a complex of several vitamins. So which are the important ones we should be looking at? Knowing which vitamins were being studied is important if a patient is interested in utilizing the information for themselves to improve their diet or initiate a discussion with their doctor.
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Migraine – Might B Vitamins Help Prevent Stroke?

September 12, 2013 The Lonza Group recently launched its Alomune daily immune supplements into the U.S. market, backing the product with clinical trials that show the supplement helps improve the bodys natural defenses for optimized immune health. September 11, 2013 Kellogg Co. brand Special K announced a new breakfast shake packed with vitamins and minerals, low in calories and offering the caffeine equivalent of a cup of coffee.
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