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What You Should Know About Vitamin E
By James Occhiogrosso, N.D. - February 2011

Low Vitamin E Levels Associated With Physical Decline in Elderly
NaturalNews.com, by Leslee Dru Browning, April 2008

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have found that a low concentration of vitamin E in the blood is linked with physical decline in older persons. The study included 698 people age 65 or older who were randomly selected from the population registry in two municipalities close to Florence, Italy. The participants with low vitamin E levels performed worse on physical tests that included walking and balancing thus increasing their fear of falling. (See next item)

Fear of falls may drain seniors' physical function
Reuters, April 2008, By Amy Norton

Older adults who limit their activities out of fear of falling may see their physical function deteriorate more rapidly, a new study suggests.

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Reported failure of vitamin E to prevent heart attacks may be due to underdosing
News-Medical.Net, Aug. 2007

The reported failure of vitamin E to prevent heart attacks may be due to underdosing, according to a new study by investigators at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Natural Vitamin E Dramatically Reduces Heart Disease
NaturalNews.com, by Byron Richards, Aug. 2007

A new randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled cardiovascular study evaluating natural vitamin E, synthetic vitamin C, and synthetic beta-carotene has shown that natural vitamin E reduced cardiovascular death or serious cardiovascular disease by a statistically significant 13%, the primary end point of the study. Natural vitamin E also showed improvement in secondary end points, including a 22% reduction in heart attacks, a 27% reduction in strokes (31% when combined with vitamin C), and a 9% reduction in cardiovascular death. These results for natural vitamin E are nothing short of astounding as they used the gold standard of human testing!

Comment: Many studies of vitamin E use a synthetic version which is known to be poorly absorbed by the body.  Also, most vitamin E sold today consists of only one fraction of the vitamin known as alpha-tocopherol.  The vitamin E family consists of eight different parts, each of which plays an important preventative role in the body. Watch this page for an informative article on vitamin E I'll be posting shortly. Click here to purchase natural  vitamin E with all eight subparts.   

 

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