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FDA Fails Women on Birth Control Safety

A preliminary study shows that for every 10 years of birth control pills there is a 20 – 30 percent increase in peripheral artery small plaques. The study was presented at the yearly meeting of the American Heart Association, placing it in the national news spotlight. News stations have been carrying the story and the typical medical spokespeople are trying to allay the fears of millions of birth control pill users. There are two main issues here: the FDA “ineptitude issue” and the “what to do about it issue.”

Read More:  arteries, Birth Control, C-reactive protein, DHA, drug testing, FDA, Quercetin, Tocotrienols

High Dose Vitamin E is Safe for the Heart

A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study tested 1200 IU of vitamin E per day for two years in patients with coronary artery disease. The study is significant because various forces promoting drugs have fraudulently concocted anti-vitamin E studies in an effort to get older people to take more drugs and to not take vitamin E. Of course, the Big Pharma-sponsored media did not report the pro-vitamin E study.

Read More:  American Medical Association, antioxidants, Big Pharma, Cardio Helper, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, Daily Super E™, LeptiCardio Pack™, nervous system, physical decline, Super EFA, Tocotrienols, Vitamin E

Low Levels of Vitamin E Linked to Declining Health of Seniors

Over the past few years Vitamin E was fraudulently attacked by scumbag drug pushers. As a result seniors across the country were terrorized by their low-IQ physicians to stop taking vitamin E. Such advice, which continues to this day in many doctor’s offices around the country, is harming seniors and causing a decline in their health. This is a crime against elderly citizens of this country.

Read More:  American Medical Association, Big Pharma, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, Daily Super E™, Daily Super Pack™, DNA, nervous system, physical decline, Tocotrienols, Vitamin E

Tocotrienols Protect Against Mercury Toxicity

Tocotrienols have now demonstrated superior anti-oxidant function that protects against exposure from methylmercury.

Read More:  Daily Super E™, mercury, methymercury, Tocotrienols, Vitamin E

Vitamin E Extends Life of Alzheimer’s Patients

A new study being reported at the American Academy of Neurology meeting in Chicago finds that 2,000 IU of vitamin E per day extended the lifespan of Alzheimer’s patients by 26%, something that no drug can do.

Read More:  Alzheimer's, Tocotrienols, Vitamin E

Tocotrienols and Cancer Cells

Western Medicine is desperately searching for compounds that can help trigger the death signal in cancer cells – and it appears they are now actively researching the natural toolbox as the tocotrienol form of vitamin E may be a superstar.

Read More:  apoptosis, Tocotrienols

Is Cortisol Good or Bad?

Many people have come to associate excess cortisol with a fat stomach, which happens to be true. However, there are several sides to the cortisol coin worth understanding. Several new studies highlight the vital need for cortisol in health and help to shed light on what goes wrong.

Read More:  BDNF, cortisol, NF-kappaB, Pantethine, Tocotrienols

Flawed SELECT Study Attacks Vitamin E

The National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) SELECT study (Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial) for prostate cancer in men was halted this week after initial data analysis showed that selenium and vitamin E, taken alone or together for an average of five years, did not prevent prostate cancer...Well I have a question for the nutritionally-challenged people at NCI; why did you design a study that couldn’t possibly succeed and then waste taxpayer money on it?

Read More:  Daily Super E™, prostate cancer, SELECT, Selenium, Tocotrienols, Vitamin E

AHA to Launch Another Vitamin E Attack

The script reads like a bad Hollywood movie: make vitamin E look bad so men will line up like robots for their statins. Producer: the American Heart Association (AHA). The actors are all worthless no-names on Big Pharma's payroll. The story never ends; but the damage to health is very real.

Read More:  AHA, Daily Super E™, heart disease, JAMA, Leptinal®, Tocotrienols, Vitamin E

Tocotrienol E Stops Kidney Damage from Diabetes

Kidney damage resulting from diabetes is a long term and common consequence of the problem. A new animal study shows that the tocotrienol form of vitamin E was able to stop the kidney damage by regulating inflammatory gene signals at the most fundamental level. This is further evidence that tocotrienols are far and away the most effective form of vitamin E.

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