Die Nährstoff- und Energieaufnahmen in Deutschland - in NVS II - Kap. 5.6.3. Vitamin E (S.112)

 

Vitamin E - EFSA -Infos - Health Claims

ID 160: ―Protection of body tissues, cells, membranes and lipids from oxidative damage (such as the oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids in red blood cell membranes). Antioxidant activity
ID 161: ―Normal immune system function
ID 162: ―The role of vitamins and minerals in immunity
ID 163: ―The role of vitamins and minerals in immunity
ID 164: ―Bone/Teeth/Hair/Skin and Nail health
ID 166:  ―Hearth health
ID 167:  ―Eye health; vitamin E, C are found in the lens of the eye; acts jointly with vitamin C‖

 

Elmadfa/Leitzmann - Ernährung des Menschen - Ulmer, Stuttgart

 

 

 

Übersicht - Verwendung von Vitaminen in Lebensmitteln - Toxikologische und ernährungsphysiologische Aspekte - BfR-Publikation: -Wissenschaft 03/2004)
Mindestbedarf + Höchstmengen an  Vitamin A + ß-Karotin; Vitamin D, Vitamin E; Vit K; Vit B1; Vit B2; Niacin; Vit B6, Folsäure, Pantothensäure; Biotin, Vit B12; Vit C (241S)

Present Knowledge of Nutrition. ILSI,  - 9.Auflage, 2006 (Chapter - Vitamin E)

 

Literaturliste (im Archiv)

Pein; H. et al.: Endogenous metabolites of vitamin E limit inflammation by targeting 5-lipoxygenase. Nature Communications 9 (#3834) (20.09.2018) (ref. "Die Wirkung von Vitamin E ist oft reiner Zufall." Standard, Wien 04.10.2018)

Traber, M.G. et al.: Metabolic syndrome increases dietary α-tocopherol requirements as assessed using urinary and plasma vitamin E catabolites: a double-blind, crossover clinical trial. -  Amer J clin Nutr doi: 10.3945/​ajcn.116.138495 (11.01.2017) ⇔ ScienceDaily 17.01.2017