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Vitamin E structure/function claims for immune system supported by data, researcher says.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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VITAMIN E AND IMMUNE SYSTEM STRUCTURE/FUNCTION CLAIMS would be supported by currently available research, Jeffrey Blumberg, PhD, Tufts University, stated at the recent "Vitamin E Symposium" held by the Henkel Fine Chemicals Division June 8-12 in Kamuela, Hawaii. Studies showing the "efficacy of vitamin E in enhancing immunity and increasing infectious disease are really quite clear," Blumberg said, adding that, "based on the evidence that's available today," a structure/function relationship between vitamin E and immunity" could be supported, possibly for inclusion in product labeling.





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