You’re likely aware of the antioxidant properties of vitamin E. But did you know that vitamin E actually has two different subcategories? Tocopherols and tocotrienols are two forms of vitamin E, and while both exhibit antioxidant activity, the effects of tocotrienols are much different than tocopherols. So what is this vitamin E compound, and... View Article
Due to the wide variety of delicious food in our country and today’s modern lifestyles that see many of us having it easier, leading somewhat inactive lives, diabetes statistics have risen. We’ve even topped the world chart as an obese nation. In 2008, a DiabCare study raised issues on diabetes-related complications – neuropathy, nephropathy and... View Article
Article Source: The Sun Daily AN open letter to the Right Honourable Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, United Kingdom. Dear Right Honourable Jeremy Hunt, Warm greetings and we hope your two days stay bring fond memories of our beloved country. It is heartening to read of news report (3 Jan 19)... View Article
Dr. C Parvesh Kumar – I am here talking about cooking oil that we reuse for frying . There is a time limit in which we can reuse it and after that time it becomes hazardous for our health. By Daily Excelsior – 04/11/2018 Festival Season is upon us. Being part of it, we can... View Article
A systematic review and meta-analysis published in the journal Nutrition Reviews, suggested that total mixed carotenoids as well as individual carotenoids were inversely related to metabolic syndrome (MetS), but no association was observed between retinol (also known as vitamin A) and MetS. This research was supported by Intramural Research Program of the NIH Biomedical Research,... View Article
A randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial was conducted by a group of researchers from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Monash University Malaysia, to investigate the effect of EVNol SupraBio™ on diabetic nephropathy (also known as diabetic kidney disease). The study (1) is published in the high-impact journal, Nutrients, focusing on diabetic nephropathy, one of... View Article
The health benefits of tocotrienols — chemicals in the vitamin E family — extend beyond the cosmetic, and may have significant benefits for the brain and liver. Tocotrienols have been the subject of numerous scientific studies in recent years, with many of the outcomes centred around their hair grown and skin health benefits. Read the... View Article
Vitamin E is the name of a group of fat-soluble compounds that exert distinctive antioxidant activities. It can be found naturally in many vegetable oils, nuts, seeds and green vegetables, or taken as a dietary supplement. Read more at Natural Products INSIDER.