Vitamin E Tocotrienols and Breast Cancer

Vitamin E tocotrienol shows breast health benefits: Mouse data

This article by Stephen Daniels talks about a study published in Carcinogenesis done on lab mice. The study showed that Vitamin E tocotrienols from annatto may actually slow down the growth and reduce the size of breast tumors.

Tocotrienols are one of the forms of Vitamin E that are actually less popular than tocopherols. In this certain study, however, it has been demonstrated that they target breast cancer cells better than any other forms of vitamin E.

Make sure when purchasing vitamin E that you get a complete vitamin E with tocotrienols.

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John Montague DC is the owner of WebVitamins. He is active in the industry and is currently president of the NPA East.

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