‘Vitamin E’ makes the heart healthy after a heart attack

Patients with heart attack may have weakened heart issues. Taking ‘Vitamin E’ helps your heart recover. This has been proven in recent research.


The research was done at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in Australia. According to researcher Peter, the ‘anti-oxidants’ and ‘anti-inflammatory’ qualities contained in Vitamin E strengthen the heart muscle. This research was done on rats. Rats were given a dose of alpha tofofirol (a type of vitamin E). Subsequently its effect on rat hearts was investigated.


After giving a dose of ‘Vitamin E’, the heart of the rats was found to function better. The damaged tissues are also recovered from Vitamin E. Scientists are planning to apply this research to humans and, if they succeed, will have a new breakthrough in diagnosing heart attacks.

Charlie Gefen
Charlie Gefen holds more than 7 years of experience in the field of Technology & Science related publications, covering all the regional news as well as global technology related news.

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