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Excessive consumption of Vitamin E Dangers


Vitamin E was dubbed anti-aging vitamin. No wonder many women who took vitamin E supplements are believed to rejuvenate the skin.

Vitamins are contained in many foods, such as cereals, nuts, olive oil and egg yolks are also believed to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and cataracts, as well as making sharp memory in old age.

Unfortunately, a recent study led by Shu Takeda from Keio University in Tokyo found a new risk of vitamin E. pengonsumsian Research results show that taking vitamin E can actually make bones fragile and rapidly prematurely aged.

To prove it, researchers used mice that were fed the intake of dietary supplement intake of dietary supplements that contain vitamin E.

The findings of Japanese researchers showed that mice fed a diet containing vitamin E actually lose bone mass. Meanwhile, mice that have low levels of vitamin E in their blood would have a thick growth and strong bones.

In another experiment, researchers used mice and provide vitamin supplements that contain alpha-tocopherol with normal doses of regular human consumption. The results showed the mice suffered depletion of bone mass up to fifth in just two months.

"You do not have to worry if you take vitamin E from food, but those taking high doses of vitamin E in supplement form must be vigilant. You must remember this research was conducted on animals and the findings in humans can be very different. But further research is needed," said Professor Helen MacDonald, quoted by Dailymail, Monday (5/3).

Vitamin E was dubbed anti-aging vitamin. No wonder many women who took vitamin E supplements are believed to rejuvenate the skin.

Vitamins are contained in many foods, such as cereals, nuts, olive oil and egg yolks are also believed to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and cataracts, as well as making sharp memory in old age.

Unfortunately, a recent study led by Shu Takeda from Keio University in Tokyo found a new risk of vitamin E. pengonsumsian Research results show that taking vitamin E can actually make bones fragile and rapidly prematurely aged. To prove it, researchers used mice that were fed the intake of dietary supplement intake of dietary supplements that contain vitamin E.

The findings of Japanese researchers showed that mice fed a diet containing vitamin E actually lose bone mass. Meanwhile, mice that have low levels of vitamin E in their blood would have a thick growth and strong bones.

In another experiment, researchers used mice and provide vitamin supplements that contain alpha-tocopherol with normal doses of regular human consumption. The results showed the mice suffered depletion of bone mass up to fifth in just two months.

"You do not have to worry if you take vitamin E from food, but those taking high doses of vitamin E in supplement form must be vigilant. You must remember this research was conducted on animals and the findings in humans can be very different. But further research is needed," said Professor Helen MacDonald, quoted by Dailymail, Monday (5/3)


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