ER Physician and sports medicine specialist Ara Suppiah, MD to introduces The List viewers to new superfoods
The excitement about tocotrienols is mounting as scientists around the world turn their attention toward this “other” vitamin E. While many of the studies are preliminary, they are providing evidence of this vitamin’s incredible potential.
Worried about suffering the effects of a stroke? A natural form of vitamin E may help to protect your brain against neurological damage
Researchers are uncovering exciting evidence that supplementing your diet with a natural form of vitamin E called alpha tocotrienol may help protect your brain’s sensitive nerve cells, possibly limiting the damage if you have a stroke and helping to accelerate recovery of functional loss.
Some people tan easily in the sun, others burn. But there’s no question that the sun’s rays can damage our DNA and cause premature aging. This is another reason to start cooking with Malaysian palm oil. Your diet may be as important as the SPF of your sunscreen!
Palm oil offers a unique, heart-healthy 50-50 blend of saturated and unsaturated fat. Plus, it’s loaded with nutrients, such as vitamin E tocotrienols. These antioxidants are up to 60 times more potent than tocopherols, the more common vitamin E form.