Upping vitamin E intake beneficial with increase in dietary omega 3

Increasing intake of vitamin E may be beneficial to those with an increased intake of omega 3, and other polyunsaturated fatty acids, a recent study has suggested. The UK-based researchers found that vitamin E requirements are increased as dietary poly unsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) levels increase. Vitamin E requirements are also influenced by the amount of unsaturation of the PUFAs found in the diet, with a higher level of unsaturation requiring higher levels of vitamin E intake.

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