Dr. Barrie Tan: June 20, 2019

Attention Medical Producers:

New Study Finds Taking a Unique form of Vitamin E Doubled Life Expectancy in Some Cancer Patients

— Researchers say Tocotrienols are Key to Increasing Patient Survival —



Dr. Barrie Tan

Author of The Truth About Vitamin E




Big medical news out of Europe. For the first time ever, in government-sponsored cancer research, human patients taking a specific dietary supplement lived longer than those who did not. The research showed a unique form of vitamin E, called tocotrienols, when used with the standard care for recurrent ovarian cancer patients, doubled their life expectancy. Additional research is also showing promise for breast, colon and lung cancer patients. And experts are also seeing evidence that tocotrienols might lower bad cholesterol and improve heart health.


It’s made a lot of people look to vitamin E as a must have supplement in their daily regimen, and that has some health experts concerned. Tocotrienols is a unique form of vitamin E and is not likely found in your regular multi-vitamin or supplement. You have to know what to look for.


Dr. Barrie Tan, author of The Truth About Vitamin E, is widely considered the world’s leading authority on tocotrienols and vitamin E. His is talking about the topic in an effort to educate the public on the study’s findings and how to properly take advantage of the supplement’s health benefits


Dr Tan is available to discuss:

•       The results of the study on tocotrienols

•       The importance of the study’s findings for cancer research and patient survival

•       The benefits of vitamin E and tocotrienols

•       How to properly get the benefits of tocotrienols


For more information and a free book please go to www.barrietan.com


More About Dr. Barrie Tan:

Author Dr. Barrie Tan, is considered one of the world’s most foremost experts on Vitamin E, credited with discovering tocotrienol in 3 major natural sources; Palm, Rice and Annatto plants. Dr. Tan has dedicated the last 35 years to studying vitamin E and its benefits. He holds a Ph. D in Chemistry/Biochemistry and has taught as an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. For more information, visit barrietan.com.


**Interview sponsored by American River Nutrition


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