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National Practitioner Tocotrienols

Natural Practitioner Magazine has full-page article on palm tocotrienols

Thousands of alternative, complementary and integrative healthcare professionals read about the potential health benefits of tocotrienols derived from Malaysian Palm Oil. The June issue of Natural Practitioner Magazine features a full-page article, with scientific research references, on this exciting form of vitamin E. The article, entitled Tocotrienols: Nature Knows Best, is a handy overview of […]

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CBS radio runs interview on sustainable Malaysian palm fruit oil’s role in maintaining healthier cholesterol levels

People motivated to manage their cholesterol through diet and exercise have a new ally. Nutritionist and author Dr. Felicia Stoler explained the details during an interview on the Health & Well Being Report with Pat Farnack. Washington DC listeners of CBS radio-affiliate WNEW were encouraged to pay closer attention to their nutrition and to incorporate […]

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Health Benefits of Red Palm Oil

The following article was compiled by Bryan See, product manager, Carotech . Red Palm Oil, the staple oil in the Africa and Asian continents, naturally contains unique phytonutrients that are proven to be beneficial to human health. The oil palm (Elaeis guineensis), from which red palm oil is derived, contains the phytonutrients tocotrienols (vitamin E), […]

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What is nonalcoholic fatty liver disease?

Research at Ohio State University, funded by the National Institutes of Health, has found that tocotrienols – found abundantly in Malaysian Palm Fruit Oil, may either slow the progression of liver disease or enable a patient to cut back on therapies, which are often not well tolerated. This news comes at a time when there’s […]

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Vitamin E tocotrienols

Study finds that Vitamin E tocotrienols derived from Palm Fruit Oil may combat fatty liver disease

Here’s another disturbing health trend caused in part by this country’s obesity epidemic: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) – which is a strong independent risk factor for cardiovascular death – is now the most prevalent liver disease in America. While there is no established treatment, university researchers are excited by promising results using tocotrienols (Vitamin […]

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