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Research: 80% of the world's population is deficient in vitamin E

Nov 20, 2017

The study was carried out by the mannheim center for public health  in Germany,the agency examined vitamin E intake and vitamin E  concentrations in the blood between 2000 and 2012 through published  literature.Researchers put 15 mg/day dose as the recommended intake  of vitamin E (RDA), the dose of 12 mg/day as the forecast average  intake (ERA), including the world all people over the age of 14.The  researchers found that 82% of the world's vitamin E intake was below  RDA and ERA.

In addition, the researchers found that 13% of the world's  population serum vitamin E concentration of less than 12 micro  mol/l, this value is lower than people prone to immunodeficiency  disease, and this group most common in the newborn babies and  children.

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