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Fox TV features segment on countering the nutrient-draining effects of stress

Because stress can drain essential nutrients from the body, nutritional biochemist Dr. Shawn Talbott recommended Malaysian palm fruit oil during a Boston Fox 25 TV segment on minimizing stress. “Palm oil gets this bad reputation because it’s a fat,” Talbott said before explaining that the red oil is rich in tocotrienols and carotenoids. A potent form of vitamin E (one of the nutrients that is depleted the most quickly by stress), tocotrienols are powerful antioxidants that may both be neuroprotective and minimize stroke damage. Talbott recommends this flavor-neutral oil for cooking because it has a high smoke point and because “it has so much good nutrition.”

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