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Old 09-27-2004, 02:22 AM #7 (permalink)
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I've never heard of red kat either, but checked it out on a couple of web sites. A few years back there was some feeling that Creatine might be helpful. I believe that the double blind tests were not conclusive. I expect that there are still quite a few people on it. As well, there was a guy in Australia using massive dosses of vitamin E (mixed tocopheryls).
Red Kat sounds like something I might try... in Amsterdam!

T.
For vitamin E, I would recommend only taking "High Gamma Vitamin E", along with tocotrienols. It's actually the gamma form and tocotrienols which do the most good to help reduce oxidative stress. Wal-Mart sells High Gamma Vitamin E (Rexall Brand) for low price.

What I really wish was available is something called "MitoVitE". This is a research chemical with a ligand attached that makes it easier for vitamin E to cross the mitochondrial membrane.
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