Gamma Tocotrienol Weakens and Kills Prostate Cancer Cells

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.

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Gamma Tocotrienol E Can Help Asthma

Byron J. Richards

Tocotrienols are a unique form of vitamin E that possess many biologically active properties that plain vitamin E does not.  Researchers have now shown that gamma tocotrienol can influence gene signals of immune cells in the lungs in a way that prevents key problems involved with the pathogenesis of asthma.

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Researchers Probe the Potential Health Benefits of Palm Oil

Neel Chowdhury

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.

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VITAMIN E: Tocotrienols good for bones

Ima Nirwana Soelaiman

OSTEOPOROSIS is a generalised, degenerative disorder of the skeleton. As a person ages, the bone will lose its density and become thinner and more porous. This will make the bone more susceptible to fractures.  There are many causes of osteoporosis, such as lack of the sex hormones oestrogen and testosterone, which occurs  as a woman or a man ages, heavy smoking, calcium and vitamin D deficiency, as well as excess of thyroid and steroid hormones.

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Vitamin E tocotrienols work through multiple pathways to delay disease onset and extend lifespan

John Phillip

The result of several new research bodies that have been published all point to the powerful effect of vitamin E tocotrienols to prevent stomach cancer, reduce fatty liver disease incidences and prevent disease mechanisms that can extend natural lifespan in humans.

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Tocotrienol E Helps Reduce Fatty Liver

Byron J. Richards

It is understood that as your belly grows in size fat also piles up in your liver and clogs it into a state of poor function that leads to health decline, and cardiovascular, and metabolic health risks.  Two new studies with tocotrienols explain how they can help correct such obesity related distress.

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Tocotrienols May Help Stomach Cancer

Byron J. Richards

Stomach cancer is very difficult to treat.  Cancer drugs are notoriously ineffective and the other option of having the stomach removed creates many health problems.  Researchers tested gamma tocotrienol and found that it could significantly help kill stomach cancer when combined with chemo drugs that typically don’t work well.  Furthermore, gammatocotrienol had specific properties of its own to reduce or help prevent stomach cancer.

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Tocotrienols are Proven to Delay Disease

Byron J. Richards

An important new study by researchers at Ohio State University has proven the power of the tocotrienol form of vitamin E to benefit human health.  Once again the researchers showed that the tocotrienol form of vitamin E is far more biologically potent than plain d-alpha tocopherol vitamin E.

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Palm oil for the heart

TOCOTRIENOL may not be a familiar name to the public, but worldwide, scientists are looking to see how this natural Vitamin E, found abundantly in palm oil, may help stroke, cancer and diabetes patients.

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Vitamin E Tocotrienol Supplement Delays Progression of Advanced Liver Disease

New research conducted at The Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center suggests an alternate form of natural vitamin E delays the progression of disease in patients awaiting liver transplantation, the only definitive therapy that reduces a patient’s morbidity, mortality and improves their quality of life. The study shows, for the first time, successful delivery of the vitamin – administered orally – to vital human organs such as the brain, heart, liver, skin and fatty tissue.

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