Vitamins A, C and E | Uses, side-effects | Versus Arthritis
Laboratory and animal studies have found some scientific basis for their use, but current evidence from studies on humans suggests that antioxidant vitamins aren’t effective in treating rheumatoid arthritis. Evidence from trials of the effectiveness of vitamin E in treating osteoarthritis provided mixed results. Results for early trials into the use of vitamin C in treating osteoarthritis are encouraging, but they need confirmation by larger trials.
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