Saturday, June 5, 2010

Vitamin E and eczema

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CHILDREN are many foods rich in vitamin E is less risky esophageal eczema (eczema), hives on the skin. According to the research of Dr. Masayuki Okuda of the University of Yamaguchi, Japan.

Okuda and his team studied 396 children aged 10 and 13 years. Researchers measured levels of these substances in the blood to determine how much vitamin E and A that is consumed these children.

A total of 240 children in the study suffered from eczema Okuda. Researchers found no relationship between the risk of children experiencing these conditions and levels of substances related to vitamin A found in their blood.

However, children who have the highest level of content of substances that are associated with vitamin E in blood, 67% lower risk of esophageal eczema. Okuda believes it is related to the content of antioxidants and the effect of increasing body endurance contained in vitamin E.

According to researchers, although not prove causality, it is more thorough study than previous research that only uses a questionnaire.

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