Effects Of Vitamin E on Human Body

Vitamin E – The Defender Against Oxidative Stress

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Most of us have an idea or at-least might have heard about Vitamin E benefits and its vital use in cosmetics and anti-aging stuff. It’S quite famous among the female friends…

But, Vitamin E is not only confined to skin care, cosmetics, etc. but also have many more health benefits, which you’ll get to know in this article. First of all…..

What Is Vitamin E And Why Do You Need It?

Vitamin E is a group of fat-soluble tocopherols, among which alpha-tocopherol is readily absorbed by the human body. Vitamin E is an important natural antioxidant which helps our body fight oxidative stress by satisfying the extra free radicals, thereby reduces cell damage and delays the process of aging. vitamine E

Health Benefits Of Vitamin E:

Vitamin E can provide all those health benefits which an antioxidant can have on us. But, most importantly, it is beneficial for the human body in the following way:
  • In vitro studies found that it is helpful in the prevention of heart diseases by lowering the level of LDL cholesterol and also removes blood clots that lead to heart attacks.
  • Helpful in case of certain skin ailments like sunburns, eczema, plaque formation, etc.
  • It helps in the prevention of cognitive decline and degenerative disease like Alzheimer’s  and Parkinson’s disease
  • Improves fertility in male.
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  • As an antioxidant, it is effective against age related macular degeneration and cataract.
  • May help lower the risk of (COPD) chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by about 10 per cent in both smokers and non-smokers.
  • Provides anti-cancerous effects by increasing the immunity and by blocking carcinogenic nitrosamines in the digestive system.
  • Protective benefits for Diabetic patients
  • Vitamin E is effective against arthritis because of its anti-inflammatory property.
  • Has anti-aging properties
  • Enhances the immune system
  • It is good for healthy hair, skin and nails.

Where Do You Get Vitamin E From?

Sources of vitamin E

  • Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Hazelnuts
  • Cod liver oil, Corn oil, Cottonseed oil, Peanut oil, Safflower oils, Wheat germ oil, Soya bean oil, Sunflower oil
  • Asparagus, sweet potato, Broccoli, Green leafy veggies, like lettuce, spinach, turnip, beet, collard, and dandelion greens
  • Avocados, Mangoes, olives, papayas, pumpkin, popcorn
  • Blue crab, egg yolks, mayonnaise, muesli.
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What If You Are Deficient Of Vitamin E?

Vitamin E deficiency is rare and inadequate intakes of vitamin E can cause,
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Poor muscle co-ordination
  • Muscle weakness
  • Retinopathy
  • Impaired immune system.

What May Be The Cause For The Deficiency?

  • Improper intake of vitamin E
  • As it is a fat soluble vitamin, low capability of your stomach to digest fatty materials can also be a cause.
  • Specific health conditions like pancreatic disease, celiac disease, and gallbladder disease might cause fat mal absorption.
  • Premature birth of infants may also lead to vitamin E deficiency.
So, now as you know a lot about Vitamin E, try consuming it in good quantities and let me know if you still need any more information in this regard….

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