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How an Increased Intake of Alpha-Tocopherol Can Suppress the Bioavailability of Gamma-Tocopherol

α-Tocopherol is the only form of vitamin E in vitamin supplements, whereas γ-tocopherol is the predominant form of vitamin E in the US diet. γ-Tocopherol has beneficial properties as an anti-inflammatory and possibly anti-atherogenic and anticancer agent. Excess α-tocopherol taken in supplements cau... Full description

Journal Title: Nutrition Reviews Jun 2006, Vol.64(6), pp.295-9
Main Author: Wolf, George
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description: α-Tocopherol is the only form of vitamin E in vitamin supplements, whereas γ-tocopherol is the predominant form of vitamin E in the US diet. γ-Tocopherol has beneficial properties as an anti-inflammatory and possibly anti-atherogenic and anticancer agent. Excess α-tocopherol taken in supplements causes...
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