Alpha Tocotrienol

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The Benefits of Multivitamins

…decline or heart vulnerability, you need to take the right targeted nutritional supplement. For cognitive decline, it’s essential to take mixed tocotrienols in order to improve oxygenation to the brain, as well as DHA omega-3s. For heart support, it’s essential to take Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), L-carnitine…

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Natural Solutions for a Healthy Cholesterol Level

…or gout attacks. A prescription form called Niaspan (750–1,500 mg) appears to be well-tolerated by most people with minimal side effects. * Tocotrienols are antioxidants in the vitamin E family. Research suggests that they act much like statin medications, minus the adverse side effects, by interfering…

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Vitamin E Is Not a Cause of Prostate Cancer

…(four tocopherols and four tocotrienols). If you give someone 400 IU of dl-alpha tocopherol alone—which is what they did in this study—it's my opinion that you’re essentially giving them an overdose of this one form of vitamin E. What happens is that the dl-alpha tocopherol vitamin E overwhelms…

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How To Prevent Stroke

…is with the alpha tocotrienol form of vitamin E. How Alpha Tocotrienol Helps Prevent Stroke In one particularly notable 2011 experiment, Dr. Sen and his team found significant differences in stroke-induced canines that were given either a supplement high in alpha and other tocotrienols or a corn oil…

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8 Ways to Avoid Colorectal Cancer

…in individuals who take 200 IU of vitamin E daily. Make sure to take a source of E that includes mixed tocopherols, both gamma and d-alpha, and ideally tocotrienols. 8. Don’t Smoke and Reduce Your Alcohol Intake: Both of which are linked to higher rates of colorectal cancer as well as other cancers…

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