Omega-3s plus carotenoids and vitamin E show ‘synergistic’ benefits for memory: RCT

A combination of omega-3 fatty acids, lutein, meso-zeaxanthin, and zeaxanthin, and vitamin E may improve working memory in cognitively healthy older adults, says a new study from Ireland.

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7 Amazing Vitamin E Benefits that You Need to be Aware of

Vitamin E is a potent fat-soluble antioxidant that offers significant health benefits to ensure an overall healthy body and prevention from various ailments. It includes a group of eight compounds, that comprises both tocotrienols and tocopherols.

In addition to its antioxidant properties, there are numerous other advantages of Vitamin E that make it a must include in your daily diet. Some of the most popular sources of the nutrient are sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts and wheat germ.

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[Video] DavosLife E3 Tocotrienols – The Super Vitamin E for Beautiful Skin

DavosLife E3 Tocotrienols is a natural super Vitamin E comprising the full spectrum of Tocotrienols and α-Tocopherol. It is scientifically proven to provide potent antioxidant protection to the skin, reduce inflammation, brighten the skin and boost collagen production. It is a potent bioactive for use in topical applications and oral beauty supplements.

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Fatty liver disease: The vitamin which may ‘mitigate’ the condition – are you at risk?

A study published on ScienceDirect says that vitamin E “has the most significant evidence of therapeutic benefit in liver disease”.

It notes that the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease and the European Association for the Study of the Liver recommend the use of vitamin E (800 IU/day) in non-diabetic adults with biopsy-proven NASH.

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The Incredible Uses and Health Benefits of Tocotrienol

From the vitamin E family, tocotrienol is the chemical. Humans need vitamin E for the proper functioning of the brain and body. You will find four variants of this chemical in nature like alpha, beta then gamma and finally delta. You will find rice bran oil, barley, wheat germ and palm fruit. Our body needs these chemicals, and sometimes food groups do not allow us to get the required amount of the chemical.

Hence, the reference substance materials are also available in the form of pills and capsules. The health properties and uses of the chemical are incredible, and the health benefits are powerful and improve the functionality of body and brain health.

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THOUGHTS – Palm Oil in the Cancer Spotlight

NATURE, a high impact, prestigious peer reviewed science journal, published a landmark study last week (10 November 2021) that could help trigger advanced developments in cancer management. The joint publication was from Spanish and US biomedical researchers, in a mice animal model. For the understanding of our lay readers, the study described how cancer metastasis (i.e. when cancer cells break away from the main tumour and start spreading to other organs and sites) is facilitated by consumption of certain dietary fatty acids, particularly palmitic acid, that is part of our daily diets.

Media hounds were quick to pick this up, particularly since they saw the fall guy from the study, a low hanging fruit, ripe and ready for a thorough public bashing. Palm oil was used as a primary source of palmitic acid and by extrapolation and simplification of the study, headlines screamed that palm oil with its higher palmitic acid content was a cancer promoter.

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Tocotrienol rules boost: Malaysia’s pending health claims will be beneficial in driving consumer awareness

Malaysia’s pending approval on palm tocotrienol’s antioxidant claims could help consumers gain a better understanding of the locally grown crop’s health benefits. There are 2 proposed claims: 1) TRF is an antioxidant and may help to reduce oxidative stress and 2) TRF may help to improve cognitive function. To make these claims, a product would need to contain 10mg/100g of solid TRF and 10mg/100ml of liquid TRF.

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Vitamin E deficiency symptoms: The warning sign of ‘oxidative stress’ that you can feel

VITAMIN E requires fat from the diet to be properly absorbed, verified Dr Juditch Marcin. However, certain diseases can severely reduce the absorption of fat in the first place, leading to a nutrient deficiency.

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What is topical vitamin E used for?

Vitamin E is an essential vitamin that should be consumed in the diet in adequate amounts to promote optimal health outcomes.  However, it is also used in some cosmetics and topical skin care products.  What is topical vitamin E, what is it used for, and are there any side effects?

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Vitamin E May Save Dental Enamel from Erosion, Study

SAO PAULO, Brazil: Researchers at the University of São Paulo have found that Vitamin E could protect dental enamel against erosion.

Daniela Rios and colleagues found this association by assessing the in-vitro effect of different components of palm oil on enamel in a short-term erosive challenge. To conduct a study, they use bovine enamel blocks treated with the solutions described in the results below separately and then immersed in citric acid. The following results have been analysed, which lead to the finding.

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