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This fun little challenge is taking the world by storm…

Already thousands of men are tackling this challenge with flying colors…

And now I hereby challenge you…

…to use this simple technique and make your wife, girlfriend, or a girl you’d like to get busy with come in 30 seconds or less…

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This is the only type of vitamin E that I will use

Vitamin E is a component of many plant foods.

It serves to protect against harm from certain fats also found in abundance in the same plants.

In the last few decades we have developed processing techniques that allow us access to vast amounts of these fats…

Mostly in the form of vegetable oils.

But these processing techniques usually strip away all of the protective vitamin E.

The end result is that people are getting less vitamin E when they really need a lot more.

One of the problems surrounding vegetable oil and vitamin E is immunity.

In one study, researchers found that supplementing vitamin E had a massive effect on immune function.

Older people taking this supplement had greater protection against viruses and bacteria.

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The study was done at the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, Boston. The paper was published in JAMA.

The research followed up on cell and animal experiments showing that vitamin E could boost immunity.

The question was whether this effect would play out in the real world in humans.

“We set out to determine whether long-term supplementation with vitamin E enhances clinically relevant measures of cell-mediated immunity in healthy elderly subjects.”

This was done by designing a high-quality randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled intervention study.

88 people over the age of 65 were recruited. They were randomly split into 4 groups. Each group received a different supplement.

3 groups received increasing doses of vitamin E.

The other group got an inactive placebo supplement designed to look identical to the real thing.

“88 free-living, healthy subjects at least 65 years of age were randomly assigned to a placebo group or to groups consuming 60, 200, or 800 mg/d of vitamin E.”

The supplementation period lasted for 8 months – but immune system tests were first carried out after 4 months.

At the halfway point it was already clear that vitamin E could boost immune function in over 65s.

“Supplementation with vitamin E for 4 months improved certain clinically relevant indexes of cell-mediated immunity in healthy elderly.”

People taking 200mg/day had a much higher antibody response to vaccines. The antibody response to viruses should be similar.

This means that vitamin E could massively improve the immune response to infection.

“Subjects consuming 200 mg/d of vitamin E had a 6-fold increase in antibody titer to hepatitis B compared with placebo. The 200-mg/d group also had a significant increase in antibody titer to tetanus vaccine.”

The immune response was related to the amount of vitamin E in the blood plasma.

More vitamin E in the blood = better immune function.

“Subjects in the upper third of serum alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) concentration (after supplementation had higher antibody response to hepatitis B.”

The study shows pretty clearly that vitamin E is 1 nutrient which can significantly boost the immune system in older people.

Increasing vitamin E intake can lower your chances of severe infections.

“Our results indicate that a level of vitamin E greater than currently recommended enhances certain clinically relevant in vivo indexes of T-cell-mediated function in healthy elderly persons.”

Another plus is that effective doses of vitamin E are very safe.

“No adverse effects were observed with vitamin E supplementation.”

You can take too much vitamin E, which could be troublesome in combination with blood thinners…

But it’s not necessary to take that amount in order to receive the immune boosting benefits.

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Remember: the only way to recover from most viral illness is with your own body’s natural defenses…

And when your immune system is functioning properly, you will be making the all-powerful T cells which exist to identify and kill invading pathogens or infected cells.

These T cells are even more important than antibodies.

T cells can hang around in the blood for years after an infection and become part of your immune system’s “long term memory.”

This means your immune system works smarter and faster when encountering similar viruses and illnesses.

So here’s what I’m doing — I’m using this powerful form of vitamin E along with a few other natural remedies in a unique way…


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Vitamin E supplementation and in vivo immune response in healthy elderly subjects. A randomized controlled trial