Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an antioxidant. It protects cells from damage as well as against cancer; Vitamin E helps the body use oxygen, which prevents blood clots, thrombosis and atherosclerosis. Vitamin E also improves wound healing, as it is extremely good for the skin.

Vitamin E also helps improve fertility.

 

Am I deficient?

Are you feeling exhausted after light exercise? Do you bruise easily or find any wounds take longer to heal? Are you worried about your muscle tone? It would be worth talking to your doctor about your Vitamin E levels if you answered yes to any of the above.

Please note that Vitamin E deficiency can impact your sex drive and fertility.

 

Vitamin E can be added to your diet through the following foods:

 

Seeds,

Sunflower Seeds,

Sesame Seeds,

Beans,

Peas,

Peanuts,

Sardines,

Salmon,

Sweet Potatoes,

Tuna,

Unrefined Cold-pressed Corn Oil,

Wheat Germ,

 

For a Vitamin E Supplement look for D-alpha Tocopherol. Don’t confuse this with the synthetic version DL-alpha Tocopherol.

 

Vitamin E supplements work well with Vitamin C & Selenium.

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