Take this to lower your liver cancer risk
I love it when I come across good news about the benefits of vitamins.
Why? Because vitamins are a relatively cheap and easy way to make major improvements to your health without drug side effects coming along for the ride.
Take this news, hot off the press at the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Researchers at the Shanghai Cancer Institute, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, and the National Cancer Institute found that high consumption of vitamin E may lower the risk of liver cancer.
And here’s the bonus: It doesn’t matter if the vitamin E is coming from your diet or from a supplement.
Why’s this such good news? Liver cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in the world, and vitamin E really couldn’t be easier to get your hands on!
The study looked at data from 132,837 patients. Researchers found that both vitamin E in the diet and vitamin E supplementation were associated with a lower risk of liver cancer, even in people with family history of the disease.
Their conclusion was that there’s “a clear, inverse dose-response relation between vitamin E intake and liver cancer risk.”
Translated that means to lower your liver cancer risk you should make sure you’re getting your vitamin E…and enough of it.
Dr. Wright routinely advises his patients to take 400 IU of vitamin E daily.
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“High Consumption of Vitamin E May Lower Liver Cancer Risk,” Neutraceuticals World (nutraceuticalsworld.com)