Vitamin E Supplements
A recent case highlighted the risk of bleeding with high-dose vitamin E supplementation when also taking ibuprofen. Get the details in the Concerns and Cautions section of our Vitamin E Review, which includes our Top Picks for vitamin E.
Can vitamin E improve liver health in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)? Get the details in the Liver Disease section of our Vitamin E Supplements Review.
Also see our CL Answer about Supplements for Fatty Liver Disease.
Can supplementation with vitamin E benefit people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NALFD)? See what the American Heart Association recently advised in the What It Does section of our Vitamin E Supplements Review.
Also see our answer to the question: Do any supplements help with fatty liver disease?
- Beta-Carotene and Vitamin E: Supplementation with either does not provide a benefit. Vitamin E does not pose a risk of harm, but beta-carotene increases the risk of lung cancer in people at risk for lung cancer.
- Other Single Vitamins, Minerals, Pairs, and Multivitamins: There is inadequate evidence regarding a benefit or a risk of harm.