Why are the Lipid-Soluble Antioxidants important to health and in preventive medicine?

More than 150 epidemiological studies have established inverse correlations between serum levels of carotenoids, tocopherols and retinol and the incidence of various cancers and other diseases in humans.1,2 Accurate determination of these analytes is a critical component of any prospective or retrospective study designed to evaluate the causal relationship between disease and the nutritional status of individuals.

Dietary carotenoids, tocopherols, retinol and CoQ10 have an impact on health and are associated with reduced risk of developing various cancers and other diseases.




 Co Q10

Cancers sites associated with low intakes:

mouth 3

GI tract 9

lung 13


pharynx 4, 5

stomach 10

skin 14


larynx 4, 5

colon 10

bladder 15


esophagus 4, 5

mouth 11

prostate 16


stomach 5

pharynx 11

cervix 7


lung 6

reproductive organs 12

breast 8


cervix 7

cervix 7

mouth 3


breast 8

breast 8



Other diseases associated with low intakes:

cataracts 17

heart disease 19-21

blindness 14

LDL oxidatin 57-59

age-related macular degeneration 18, 23

cataracts 17, 22

night blindness 14



age-related macular degeneration

infection 14




retarded growth




abnormal embryonic development 14



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