Lets end the confusion about vitamin E

Orr, Cathleen
February 1997
Patient Care;2/28/1997, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p30
Academic Journal
Provides an overview on vitamin E. Daily vitamin E requirement; Advices for patient to meet the daily dietary requirement of vitamin E; Recommendation for health professionals for better nutritional education; Vitamin E content in several selected foods.


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