Long-term supplementation of mixed-carotene may help to regulate metabolic health in obese children.
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The results from this study, collectively, show that both alpha-carotene and gamma-tocopherol may help in the modulation of metabolic-inflammatory processes.
When comparing to the control group, the tocotrienols-treated mice demonstrated reduced tumor sizes and tumor volumes in a dose-dependent manner.
These results may help the scientific community establish intake recommendations for tocotrienols, particularly the tolerable upper intake level.
“Therefore, it is very important for everyone, especially elderly people to increase plasma alpha-carotene through dietary supplements or foods with high content of alpha carotene in the body for promoting night vision and cardiovascular health,” says CheeYen Lau, Nutritionist of ExcelVite.
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.
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.
on September 7, 2016 in Cosmetics and Personal Care, Research News, Tocotrienol 0
The researchers concluded that the gel mask formulated with palm mixed-tocotrienol complex (EVNol) is a non-irritant to skin, able to maintain skin moisture levels and at the same time, able to enrich the skin with antioxidants.
Red palm oil is the most abundant natural source of tocotrienols. In addition to increasing exercise endurance, tocotrienols have been studied for their ability to help manage cholesterol levels and help protect against stroke damage.
Most of us agree that tans look great. But spending too much time in the sun may cause premature wrinkling, brown spots or skin cancer. A recent study found that a diet rich in carotenoids gives your skin a healthy color. This may be a healthy alternative to tanning.