Vitamin E supplementation lowers inflammatory protein levels

Taking a vitamin  E supplement reduces the inflammation markers in the body that are indicative of chronic disease, a new review of research suggests. The review found that C-reactive protein (CRP) levels - the marker of chronic inflammation which has a major role in the etiology of chronic disease – were significantly lower in people who had taken vitamin E in the form of either α-tocopherol or γ-tocopherol.

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