Little Rock TV news covers research on Vitamin E and natural radiation protection
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and the U.S. Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute in Bethesda, MD, assessed the effects of gamma tocotrienol – a natural form of vitamin E – in mice after exposing them to high levels of radiation.
UAMS Director of Radiation Health, Martin Hauer-Jensen, MD, PhD, FACS, stopped by the news station to share the teams’ exciting findings. Few things are effective radiation protectors, and Dr. Hauer-Jensen speaks positively about how Vitamin E may be one of the most effective natural, non-toxic compounds that we know of for this purpose.
Tocotrienols, found abundantly in Malaysian Palm Fruit Oil, are also powerful antioxidants, and are also believed to support your heart health, brain health and your immune system. Malaysian Palm Fruit Oil can be used in cooking, or can be found in supplements in most health food stores.