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Vitamin E and Selenium

Increased intake of Vitamin E (ie above the recommended daily allowance (RDA)) and Selenium have been shown to reduce the amount of liver damage in rats caused by carbon tetrachloride. Increased dosages of vitamin E also have been shown to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease in humans. In view of this supplementation above the RDA would appear a sensible thing to consider.

    

 

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