High cholesterol stops vitaminE from reaching tissues

High cholesterol stops vitaminE from reaching tissues
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High cholesterol and triglycerides levels in the body can prevent the essential vitamin E from reaching the tissues that need it, new research has found. Vitamin E is especially important in some places such as artery walls, the brain, liver, eyes and skin. It plays important roles in scavenging free radicals and neurologic function. In the diet,

New York: High cholesterol and triglycerides levels in the body can prevent the essential vitamin E from reaching the tissues that need it, new research has found. Vitamin E is especially important in some places such as artery walls, the brain, liver, eyes and skin. It plays important roles in scavenging free radicals and neurologic function. In the diet, it is most commonly obtained from cooking oils and some vegetables. People with elevated lipids (cholesterol and triglycerides) in their blood plasma are facing increased inflammation as a result.

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