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Old November 11th, 2004, 21:04
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Vitamin E Supplementation of 150 IU a day or Greater May Be Hazardous



[Annals of Internal Medicine] This study was a retrospective review (meta-analysis) of the literature on supplementation with vitamin E. The researchers conclude that supplementation of vitamin E at levels greater than or equal to 150 IU a day is likely to be hazardous. COMMENT: supplementation with a balanced multivitamin/mineral supplement still appears to be reasonable, but a separate vitamin E supplement (which usually contains a megadose level of vitamin E) possibly is harmful to most people.

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