Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is also called Tocopherol and ‘Fertility Vitamin’. It is a fat-soluble vitamin and has antioxidant properties. Protects cell membranes from the accumulation of toxic elements. It has a beneficial effect on the heart and blood circulation. It is needed in fertilization of the egg and wear of the fetus. Protects against cancer and reduces symptoms in Alzheimer’s disease. It should be stored in cool and dark places, otherwise it loses its useful effect. It is good to take it with fatty foods so that it can be better absorbed by the body. Reduces the aging effect and keeps the skin smooth. Protects the lungs from pollution by harmful gases. It supplies oxygen to the blood and gives energy. Prevents miscarriages and reduces blood pressure.

Contained in:

  • vegetable oil
  • animal oil
  • vegetables
  • milk
  • eggs
  • liver
  • meat
  • wheat germ
  • soya
  • nuts
  • Brussels sprouts
  • green leafy vegetables
  • spinach
  • enriched flour
  • wheat
  • wholesome cereals

Vitamin E deficiency leads to:

  • infertility
  • fetal rejection and abortion
  • affects the cerebellum
  • affects the liver and leads to the disease Necrosis
  • Anemia

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