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August, 24, 2016
Vitamin E Status: A recent systematic review of published research indicated that only 21 percent of the global population had blood levels of ?-tocopherol considered to be beneficial for several aspects of human health. including normal cognitive function, cardiovascular health, liver function, and immune function. Foods high in vitamin E, include vegetable oils, green vegetables, nuts, seeds, and whole grain bread. Fortified foods and dietary supplements also are convenient ways to prevent dietary shortfalls.
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Only a Fifth of the Global Population Achieves Optimal Vitamin E Status
Int. J. Vitam. Nutr. Res., 2016, 1–21
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