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Sample Journal Study Update
STUDY REVEALS WHY BLOOD TESTS DO NOT DETECT LOW VITAMIN E: A study has found that high levels of blood fats such as cholesterol can hold vitamin E in the blood, preventing it from reaching tissues that require it. Checking only blood levels of vitamin E may not show whether a person has adequate levels of vitamin E where it is vital, beyond the bloodstream. Past methods that measure vitamin E levels in tissues are flawed. Volunteers ate collard greens treated with a chemical that enabled researchers to track vitamin E as it moved through the body. Less than a third of vitamin E actually made it to the tissues. Elevated fats in the blood boost inflammation and cause oxidative attack against almost every body tissue, which creates the need for more vitamin E. But the vitamin E needed to protect these tissues is trapped in the bloodstream. It is going round and round instead of getting to the tissues. Further study is needed to determine whether E supplements could break this roadblock. This study was released online ahead of publication in the journal American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. It can be read in full at http://tinyurl.com/pmsycr3 for a fee.

Sample Factoid
Going outside in cold weather with wet hair, or without a coat, won't increase your risk of catching cold or any other infection. The risk of getting a cold has nothing to do with actually being cold. In a number of studies of cold transmission, people who were chilled were no more likely to get sick than those who were not. So why do we get more colds in the winter? Cold weather means we spend much longer periods of time indoors, around others, where viruses are more likely to catch up with us.

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