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- another term for tocopherol
- ‘Below, we help you decide if vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta carotene are right for you.’
- ‘Sunflower seeds are a good source of protein, fiber, vitamin E, zinc, and iron.’
- ‘Vitamin C is also important for its ability to recycle vitamin E after the latter neutralizes a free radical.’
- ‘The vitamin E in nuts helps prevent oxidation of cholesterol, which leads to fatty buildup in the arteries.’
- ‘Most fish oil preparations contain small amounts of vitamin E, which may help minimize oxidation.’
- ‘Because vitamin E can thin the blood, high doses might increase the risk of abnormal bleeding.’
- ‘High vitamin E intake from food was not associated with significant cardiac risk reduction.’
- ‘Supplementing vitamin E at greater than recommended levels has improved health in feedlot cattle.’
- ‘Rubbing vitamin E oil onto a scar can help speed up the healing process (to do this, break open a standard soft capsule).’
- ‘The major function of vitamin E is to act as a natural antioxidant by scavenging free radicals and molecular oxygen.’
- ‘For extra conditioning, squeeze in the contents of a vitamin E capsule.’
- ‘Simply prick a vitamin E capsule with a sterile needle and squeeze the oil onto your cut at least three times a day.’
- ‘While vitamin E seems promising, definite guidelines for its use await the results of other trials.’
- ‘The vitamin E requirement has long been known to increase with increased intakes of unsaturated fats.’
- ‘You'll have to read the label on the vitamin E supplement you buy to ensure that it is from a natural source.’
- ‘As vitamin E is important for healthy hair growth, eat green leafy vegetables, nuts, avocados, etc on a regular basis.’
- ‘Oats are rich in vitamin E, some B vitamins and minerals.’
- ‘Until we know more, don't take a high-dose vitamin E supplement to prevent or curb colds.’
- ‘Deciphering the different forms of vitamin E often requires advanced biochemistry.’
- ‘They contain a wide range of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, B vitamins and fiber.’
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