Vitamin E is essential to our health and most adults assume they get it from their multivitamin. There are actually different forms of E, some of which have been studied for various health conditions.
New research on tocotrienols (form of vitamin E) has been very interesting and exciting. A new study took mice that had breast cancer and supplemented them with tocotrienols.
There was a dose-dependent reduction in cell growth and apoptosis.
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