The new study demonstrates that oral administration of high dose of alpha-tocopherol as well as mixed-tocotrienol do not cause any significant negative effects on bone mass, bone microarchitecture, bone formation and bone marrow osteogenic (bone forming) gene expressions.
Scientists have been researching the association of oils and fats with cancer for over 50 years. Literature is ablaze with scientific documentation of how the rate of cancer progression is higher in laboratory animals fed with oils rich in polyunsaturated fats like soy and corn.
Palm oil comes from the fruit of the oil palm tree. Squeezing the fruit releases a pure, red oil. Its processing is similar to olive oil. But unlike many other edible oils, palm oil is brimming with nutrients.
When comparing to the control group, the tocotrienols-treated mice demonstrated reduced tumor sizes and tumor volumes in a dose-dependent manner.
You may be reading and hearing more about tocotrienols. Studies have shown that premium tocotrienol supplements, derived from Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil, may help protect your brain from stroke damage, promote younger skin, support liver health and even reduce cancer risk.
These results may help the scientific community establish intake recommendations for tocotrienols, particularly the tolerable upper intake level.
on October 19, 2016 in Mixed Carotene, News, Nutrition, Research News, Tocotrienol 0
Studies suggest that approximately 50 percent of women and up to 25 percent of men age 50 and older will break a bone due to this disorder. Researchers are learning, however, that consuming palm oil’s tocotrienols may lead to stronger bones.
Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler explained to TV audiences from California to Maryland, as well as to the multitude of LiveStrong’s online viewers, how Malaysian sustainable palm oil can add much-needed nutrition to everyday meals.
Malaysian palm oil is a rich source of tocotrienols, which are part of the vitamin E complex. While extremely beneficial, many people aren’t getting enough tocotrienols from the foods they eat.
“Tropical oils, such as Malaysian sustainable palm oil are being used to replace unhealthy trans fats because it is naturally trans fat-free, non-GMO, doesn’t raise cholesterol levels and doesn’t affect food’s taste,” explained Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler.