Carotenoids may possibly prevent or delay the onset of ALS

New research shows that increased consumption of foods containing carotenoids can possibly prevent or delay the onset of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The study was published in the prestigious Annals of Neurology, a scientific journal of the American Neurological Association. With more than one million participants, it is one of the largest studies ever into the effects of antioxidants on the development of ALS.

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