A pre-clinical study published in the journal Redox Biology found that vitamin E can help prevent and treat muscle damage after a heart attack. The researchers said that while vitamin E failed to prevent heart attack per se, current research on whether vitamin E can be beneficial post-heart attack is lacking. Their ongoing research, on the other hand, may prove that … Continue reading Vitamin E treatments can help prevent muscle damage after a heart attack, say scientists
Scientists are discovering more reasons for people to increase their vitamin E intake. Recently, researchers from Monash University Malaysia found that tocotrienol, a certain form of vitamin E extracted from palm oil, significantly improves diabetes-related kidney damage. This was determined based on the results of a clinical study where researchers evaluated the effects of tocotrienol-rich vitamin E on different … Continue reading New clinical trial confirms the metabolic benefits of vitamin E supplementation
The complexity of the human body is vast, consisting of trillions of cells working simultaneously to ensure that we take our next breath. While the processes are complex, the method by which they perform is quite simple. In order for our cells to do their job, they need vitamins. Researchers believe that the body requires … Continue reading Vitamin E, critical for brain health, is lacking in 90% of adults – find out how to add more to your diet!
Source: Raw Walnuts Have 15x More Antioxidant Potency than Vitamin E by Dr. Edward Group Walnuts are perhaps best-known for being the quintessential healthy brain-food. But who knew that walnuts were also winning top prizes for their heart-healthy, free-radical fighting, antioxidant properties as well? Recent scientific evidence shows how the walnut may possibly be the number … Continue reading Raw Walnuts Have 15x More Antioxidant Potency than Vitamin E
The result of several new research bodies that have been published all point to the powerful effect of vitamin E tocotrienols to prevent stomach cancer, reduce fatty liver disease incidences and prevent disease mechanisms that can extend natural lifespan in humans. Over the past decade, many studies have highlighted the importance of the most common … Continue reading Vitamin E tocotrienols work through multiple pathways to delay disease onset and extend lifespan
Source: Why Is Vitamin E Important to Your Health? by Dr. Edward Group Vitamin E, also known as tocopherol, is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a significant role in human health. As an antioxidant, vitamin E helps maintain healthy cells and, subsequently, a healthy body. Vitamin E can also help with poor eyesight, gout, and arthritis. Today, … Continue reading Why Is Vitamin E Important to Your Health?
Source: 15 Foods High in Vitamin E by Dr. Edward Group Vitamin E is an important fat-soluble antioxidant compound that aids the body in neutralizing the harmful after-effects of oxidation of fats. Current research is even looking into the important role that this vitamin plays in stopping free-radical production, a key method of preventing the development of … Continue reading 15 Foods High in Vitamin E
British Member of Parliament David Davis is urging the British government to strengthen its vitamin D supplementation program for people at-risk of COVID-19 following an impressive precedent set by Andalusia in Spain. Speaking before the House of Commons on Thursday, Davis said that Britain should follow the lead of Andalusia, which distributed calcifediol, a vitamin D supplement, to care home … Continue reading British legislator calls for widespread vitamin D rollout following 82% reduction in COVID-19 deaths in Spain
People everywhere are dropping dead from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), we are told, and the only solution is to get an “Operation Warp Speed” vaccine – except this is not the only solution. A much safer and more effective alternative remedy is to simply take vitamin D. The latest scientific research shows that nine out of 10 “COVID-19 … Continue reading Vitamin D could have prevented 90% of coronavirus deaths
Vitamins are nutrients found in food that help the body function effectively. Two types of vitamins exist: Water-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins B and C, dissolve in water, while fat-soluble ones dissolve in fat. Fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E and K, are best absorbed by the body when eaten with foods containing high … Continue reading Fat-soluble vitamins: What are the best dietary sources of vitamins A, D, E and K?