When it comes to the common cold, just about everyone claims to have a cure or a treatment — some real, some bogus. But researchers now believe they’ve found something that works to ward off the cold and other upper respiratory infections: vitamin E.
Menstruation is a basic part of life. Many go through it without incident, but for some women, the experience can be agonizing. The pain brought by dysmenorrhea or menstrual cramps can be so severe that it prevents sufferers from functioning as they would on a normal day.
Over-the-counter pain relievers are easy to obtain, but their potential side effects make them a risky gamble. Long-term supplementation of vitamin E, says a study, makes for a natural and more wholesome alternative.
New evidence on a key nutrient offers hope to cancer patients; will the FDA snuff it out?
A new study on annatto-sourced delta-tocotrienol (one of the compounds contained in vitamin E) has shown incredible results for extending the life of ovarian cancer patients. It is a stunning finding that should be hailed as a major breakthrough, but don’t expect to hear much about it from the crony medical establishment, which does everything it can to prevent you from learning about the benefits of natural products.
I have a friend who takes large doses of vitamin E because he says the vitamin is an antioxidant that prevents cancer, heart disease, and aging? Is he right? What are antioxidants?
Popular alternative health expert Bryce Wylde recently told his nearly 13,000 combined Instagram and Facebook followers about the health benefits of palm-derived tocotrienols. In his lead paragraph he states, “Best supplemental sources of tocotrienols are derived from Malaysian sustainable red palm fruit oil.” Wylde describes how palm-derived tocotrienols support the brain, heart, skin, hair, liver and immune function.
You’ve probably heard of skin hero vitamin C, right? The ingredient has become popular for its ability to stimulate collagen production, brighten skin, and reduce signs of aging. As a result, dermatologists, beauty bloggers, and our own editors have gone crazy over the stuff. But are we overlooking another potent skincare superhero? Enter: vitamin E oil.
Many older adults do not consume adequate amounts of vitamin E from their habitual diet. Inadequate vitamin E intake is of concern for this population group because lower concentrations have been associated with age-related diseases.
There is a longstanding debate as to whether taking vitamin E supplements increases or decreases a person’s risk of developing cancer. A new study suggests that both outcomes are a possibility and also explains why.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble compound with antioxidant properties. Getting enough vitamin E is essential for the immune system, blood vessel health, and keeping the skin youthful.