NOT many people paid heed to tocotrienols 30 years ago, but of late, the scientific community just can’t seem to get enough of it. Just in the last five years alone, dozens of papers had been published on this lesser known form of vitamin E, which can actually exist in four forms, or isomers.
Byron J. Richards
Protection of both women’s and men’s sexual organs is important for survival and quality of life. Previously, I reported on exciting research relating to gamma tocotrienol and breast cancer in my article, Gamma Tocotrienol for Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment. New research now shows that gamma tocotrienol may be quite helpful for prostate cancer prevention and treatment.
Palm oil has a pretty bad reputation. The product of this hard-shell red fruit, harvested primarily on plantations in Southeast Asia, is typically used as cheap cooking oil for fried foods like noodles and curry puffs. Indeed, by the time the palm oil is processed, much of its nutritional value is destroyed. And the fact that it can congeal at room temperature makes it even look extra artery clogging.