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Modesto Bee publishes interview with Dr. Sen about strokes and vitamin E tocotrienols

California’s Modesto Bee featured an in-depth interview with one of the nation’s leading experts in vitamin E research Prof. Chandan Sen who has conducted and published a number of significant NIH-funded studies on tocotrienols. Tocotrienols, found abundantly in Malaysian Palm Fruit Oil — a healthy oil that does not raise cholesterol, may protect your brain’s […]

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Foods fortified with this form of natural Vitamin E may help protect your brain if you have a stroke

  This year, 700,000 Americans will have a stroke; more than 137,000 of them will die. About 40 percent of those who survive will be left with moderate to severe impairments that require special care. Researchers are uncovering exciting evidence that supplementing your diet with a natural form of vitamin E called alpha tocotrienol, found […]

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10 major newspapers run article about alpha tocotrienols’ role in limiting stroke damage

Nine major newspapers around the country reprinted The Orange County Register’s recent interview with one of the nation’s leading researchers on the neuro-protective abilities of alpha tocotrienols. Reporter Jane Glenn Haas interviewed Dr. Chandan Sen, associate dean of research at Ohio State Medical Center, who encouraged tocotrienol supplementation. He explained that Malaysian palm fruit oil […]

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Baltimore Sun runs interview with Dr. Sen about protecting your brain from stroke damage

There’s breakthrough news on the possible prevention of stroke damage. The Baltimore Sun ran this interview with Prof. Chandan Sen, one of the nation’s leading experts on vitamin E.  In his most recent research, he found more about the protective properties of tocotrienols, a form of Vitamin E that is found abundantly in Malaysian Palm […]

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Chicago Tribune says this healthy oil may be a low cost way to help save your brain

Ohio State University researchers report that alpha tocotrienol may be a low cost and effective way to protect against neurological damage. In this interview with the Chicago Tribune, Prof. Chandan Sen, one of the nation’s leading experts on vitamin E discusses the protective properties of tocotrienols, a form of Vitamin E that is found abundantly […]

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