Vitamin E has been found to have healthy bone density benefits states the article. Researchers are now beginning to look at its effects on postmenopausal women. A group of scientist at Texan Tech University carried out a study to look at the effects of vitamin E on bone density in post menopausal women. A study of 89 postmenopausal women showed that the use of tocotrienol for 12 whole weeks lowered bone resorption and increased bone turnover rate through suppression of bone remodeling regulators.
- Vitamin E seems to have its own bone health benefits for patients. Researchers are working to understand the advantages of the vitamin.
- The study evaluated the effects of the vitamin with several women. These women were divided in to three groups for the research.
- Bone density in postmenopausal women is a common concern for doctors. They want to evaluate Vitamin E and then assign it for patients.
“In the study, 89 postmenopausal women with osteopenia, a condition wherein bone mineral density is lower than normal, took part and were randomly divided into three groups.”