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  1. Rachelle
    October 27, 2011

    “What kind of vitamin E was used in this study?”  Excellent question and questions to ask!Another is "Who funded this study?"   We have to sift through to find the truth behind studies. Thanks for the article, Pat.

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    • Pat Moon
      November 4, 2011

      Rachelle, I do not know the exact vitamin E used in this study other than the abstract in the American Medical Journal indicated it was a not a vitamin E that has the entire family. It is important for the vitamin E to be complete. You have brought up a good point in asking who funded the study. It was published in the American Medical Journal and this statement was made in the article I read; ““The results show that men who took vitamin E alone are actually at a higher risk of developing prostate cancer by about 17 percent, compared with a placebo,” said Dr. Eric Klein, who treats prostate patients at the Cleveland Clinic and co-chaired the study.” Thanks for the comment.

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  2. Michele
    October 26, 2011

    Thank you Pat for this important info. I get so tired of this kind of info being blasted all over without a real understanding of "what exactly are we talking about here". Great job!

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    • Pat Moon
      November 4, 2011

      Hi Michele, I appreciate your following and comments. Yes, it is hard to see incomplete information blasted around.

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  3. Hughie Bagnell
    October 25, 2011

    Extremely interesting article on 'Vitamin E' and the Benefits; great research in regards to this study! …Thanks Pat, Hughie

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    • Pat Moon
      November 4, 2011

      Thanks for the comment, Hughie. Your support is appreciated.

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  4. Anastasiya Day
    October 25, 2011

    Brilliant article Pat! Love reading your articles. Thank you for sharing this post with us!

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  5. ENO Nsima-Obot MD
    October 25, 2011

    Thank you for such discerning information. I'm sure this will help countless people 

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    • Pat Moon
      October 25, 2011

      ENO, your comment is very meaningful as I know you are very knowledgeable about health and how nutrition applies to health. Thanks.

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  6. Elise Adams @AdamsOrganizing
    October 24, 2011

    Great info here.  Thanks so much for your dedication to the 'whole story' about our health!

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    • Pat Moon
      October 25, 2011

      Hi Elise, thanks for your comment and dedication to listening to the ‘whole story’ about our health. Blessing to you.

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  7. Jennifer Bennett
    October 24, 2011

    Great information Pat!  Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge again!  I'm learning so much!  🙂

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    • Pat Moon
      October 24, 2011

      Jennifer, I’m so happy you are learning from my blog posts. My goal is to teach and give information people can use and apply. Thanks.

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  8. Anne (Annie) Berryhill
    October 24, 2011

    Sorry, didn't mean to say Beth…brain cramp! I meant Grandma Pat!

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    • Pat Moon
      October 24, 2011

      Anne, thanks for your encouraging remarks. I do appreciate your support. No worry about the brain cramp, it’s easy to do when you are busy. Thanks again.

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  9. Anne (Annie) Berryhill
    October 24, 2011

    Wow Beth…that is interesting stuff! Isnt it funny that the powers-that be would like us to believe something based on inaccurate or one-sided studies? It's frustrating. But that is the wonderful thing about someone like you who is dedicated to health and provides us with the real information. Thanks!

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  10. Beth Heilman
    October 24, 2011

    Pat, So glad you explained the differences in all the vitamin E supplements. We take vitamin E at our house because my Honey has cholesterol issues and until I read your article, I was considering stopping when I read about the risks. You relieved a lot of nervousness. Thanks bunches!!

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    • Pat Moon
      October 24, 2011

      Hi Beth, sometimes the media leads people astray by not giving all the facts. I am happy you were encouraged and relieved of your nervousness about the risks of a quality vitamin E.

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  11. denny hagel
    October 24, 2011

    Appreciate the valuable information you always provide Pat! Thanks!

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    • Pat Moon
      October 24, 2011

      Denny, I appreciate your support for what I do. Thanks!

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  12. Solvita
    October 24, 2011

    This is great Pat! I've learned so much about the E vitamin just by reading one article ~ you are a great health coach! Have a nice day!

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    • Pat Moon
      October 24, 2011

      Solvita, thanks for the comment. I appreciate you calling me a health coach! Thanks!

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