Does Vitamin E Do More Harm than Good?

December 17, 2006 10:33am CST
hi guys, The use of Vitamin E and other anti-oxidants has been suggested as a way to help the body fight off cancer. But new research published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that taking Vitamin E could do more harm than good in some cases. Add your thoughts online.
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@loray143 (486)
• Philippines
20 Jan 07
vitamin e is not water soluble so meaning you cant take too much of it because it will do harm to the body unlike vitamin c which is water soluble and is wash out from the body everyday
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@ESKARENA1 (18296)
17 Dec 06
isnt it true that american phds, particularly in medecin are funded by the pharmasuticle industry and therefore we shouldnt take any notice of any of its findings because its all tainted by greed
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@buenavida (10008)
• Sweden
18 May 07
I think you might benefit from the health information in my profile, you will find some very useful links. There are eight E-vitamines and they should come from cold pressed oils. The only food supplement I have found so far, that has all eight is WheatGermOil with vitamine E from Synthetic vitamines are very bad for our health. Synthetic vitamine E could even be made of earth oil, the same one they use to make petrol. Better use natural food supplements made of real food, used by mankind during thousands of years, (the links in my profile will give a lot more information about this too) and cold pressed oils, non heated nuts and seeds..:)