Too much vitamin E can increase blood pressure

Posted on April 8, 2010


If taken in extreme megadoses, such as 3,000 units daily, Vitamin E can cause headaches and raise Blood Pressure. Because Vitamin E has a mild ability to prevent clotting of blood, patients on anticoagulants should use Vitamin E only under the strict supervision of a physician. Because Vitamin E is fat-soluble, any regular daily dosage higher than 800 IU might accumulate to toxic levels. Minerals Magnesium An important nutrient that may in the future prove to be of absolute importance. It’s been proven that the brains of Alzheimer’s patients have a deficit of magnesium, and a toxi-cally high level of its counterpart, calcium.”
– Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., Brain Longevity: The Breakthrough Medica

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