Vitamin E

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You may have seen or heard some confusing news recently about Vitamin E. Now experts are setting the record straight: Vitamin E is safe and beneficial.

The USDA Human Nutrition Research Center for Aging, and Harvard Medical School, among other highly reputable sources, support the results of well-documented trials that Vitamin E boosts the immune system and improves brain function. Even more, it may reduce the risk for heart disease, some cancers, various vision disorders, and the common cold.

However, it can be difficult to get the recommended daily values of Vitamin E from diet alone. This makes supplementation essential.

You can learn more by logging on to www.supplementinfo.org where you will
find the most up-to-date information on the safety, benefits, and uses of this and other dietary supplements. That's supplementinfo.org. This message is brought to you by (name of station) and The Dietary Supplement Information Bureau, your partners in scientific-based supplement information.


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Despite some confusing news about Vitamin E, overwhelming evidence from experts nationwide supports Vitamin E as being safe and beneficial. Vitamin E boosts the immune system and improves brain function while potentially reducing the risk for cancer, heart disease and vision disorders.

Getting the recommended daily values of Vitamin E can require supplementation.

To learn more, log on to www.supplementinfo.org. That's supplementinfo.org. This message is brought to you by (name of station) and The Dietary Supplement Information Bureau, your partners in scientific-based supplement information.

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