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Date: December 16, 2005 10:01 AM
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Researchers at Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine have found that tocotrienols, which together with tocopherols compose the vitamin E family, are potent inhibitors of a key step in coronary plaque formation. In a complex cascade of events, circulating cells adhere to arterial walls due to expression of adhesion molecules. The study, published in the Journal Atherosclerosis in May, found that tocotrienols prohibited this expression, but to a much lower degree.

In another study, researchers found that tocotrienols offered protection from free-radical induced bone loss in rats. Tocotrienols also offered protection, but to a lesser degree. Researchers at the department of Pharmacology at University Kebangsaan Malaysia published the study in the journal Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology in September. The authors wrote, “Supplementation with 100mg/kg palm oil tocotrienols mixture was able to prevent all [free-radical] – induced changes.



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