Lifestyle Choices for Now & Future
From eNewsletter 12/12/2022
DID YOU KNOW that getting sufficient dietary vitamin E can be helpful for lowering your risk for myriad maladies? Whereas, insufficient intake may increase your risk?
A study from Frontiers in Nutrition found that low vitamin E intake from diet increased risk of dementia in older adults.
A review in Clinical Nutrition found vitamin E is essential for preventing cardiovascular disease, especially in coronary heart disease and atherosclerosis.
Supplemental vitamin E can help fill the void if dietary vitamin E is insufficient. However it is critical that you ask your health professional first before taking because of potential contraindications with medication.
Finally, unless in a multi, supplemental vitamin E should always be in a complex comprised of mixed tocopherols (alpha, beta, delta, gamma).
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