Discussions about vitamin E are not new.
The proper levels of vitamin E in the blood[not a routine examination, so don’t bother your doctor with this] are important .
The question since LONG is whether we should get vitamin E via our nutrition or supplements……yo can guess the answer.
By all the non-edible oils we are using[I wrote enough about this subject , we easily get a deficiency of vitamin E, also by rancid food….don’t finish the walnuts if they taste rancid, this will do more harm than good!!
|A communication published online on June 1, 2009 in the British Journal of Nutrition reported that reduced plasma levels of vitamin E predicted poor quality of life and increased inflammation in older men and women.For the current investigation, researchers at the University Victor Segalen Bordeaux in France evaluated 23 men and 46 women who participated in the Three-City Study of aged individuals residing in Bordeaux, Dijon and Montpellier, France. Quality of life was ascertained from the participants’ responses to surveys that assessed physical and mental health. Blood samples were analyzed for plasma alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E), the inflammatory markers C-reactive protein (CRP) and interleukin-6 (IL-6), and the amino acid tryptophan, which helps regulate mood. Continue Reading|