1. Mauritio

    Vitamin E depletes liver iron stores

    I've read people discussing on this forum about whether Vitamin E actually depletes live iron stores or only protects against its damage (ferroptosis) . This study is pretty clear on what's going on: Vitamin E depletes liver iron stores (in mice), which is shown through a bunch of blood markers...
  2. haidut

    Vitamin E Reduces Risks Of Cataracts By More Than 50%

    Quite a few people have been asking on the forum and via email about interventions for age-related cataracts. Here are some links below. The type of vitamin E used in all studies was alpha-tocopherol and the dose varied from 12mg/day all the way up to HED of 15mg/kg daily for the rodent model...
  3. haidut

    Vitamin E Deficiency Increases Risk Of Tuberculosis (TB) Infection

    Most people in modern societies probably do not have much to fear when it comes to TB, as that disease is very rare in the Western world. The reason I am posting this study below is that it demonstrates once again the role of vitamin E in maintaining a healthy immune system. The benefits of...
  4. haidut

    Higher Intake Of Vitamin E As A Child May Prevent Liver Disease Later On

    I think most people on this forum know about the link between estrogen and liver disease. Peat has written at length about it and there is officially published data spanning more than century showing that (just like "autoimmune" conditions) liver disease has much higher incidence in women, thus...
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