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Vitamin E

Vitamin E, also known as alpha tocopherol, is regarded as the authentic fountain of youth. It works as a powerful free radicals absorber, which delays the aging process, protects the heart and arteries, increases fertility, and stimulates the functioning of the immune system.

Vitamin E is a true fountain of youth for cells, since it protects cell membranes from oxidation and therefore prevents their destruction.

Apart from its antioxidant effect, vitamin E has multiple benefits for the heart, blood, muscles, nerves, and body tissues.

Vitamin E has anti-inflammatory and cytoprotective benefits, and it also promotes fertility. As a result, vitamin E is not only important for the sick and couples who want to have children, but it also offers general protection from the development of serious diseases, such as tumors or myocardial infarction.

What is Vitamin E?

  • Vitamin E is found in 8 different forms: four tocopherols (α-, β-, γ-, and δ-) and four tocotrienols (α-, β-, γ-, and δ-). Alpha tocopherol is the only active form for the organism, which is the reason why it is found in greater quantities in the blood and tissues.
  • Vitamin E forms part of the cellular membranes and protects them from oxidation.
  • Apart from being the most important antioxidant agent, it also protects the organism from the free radicals generated by metabolic processes or environmental factors.
  • Vitamin E strengthens the immune system, protects against harmful fat deposits in blood vessels and maintains and repairs the muscles, nerves, skin, hair, and mucous membranes.
  • Vitamin E improves the circulation and flow of the blood.
  • Due to its anti-inflammatory effect, vitamin E is essential to combat rheumatic diseases.
  • Studies have revealed that only a fifty percent of the population consumes the necessary amounts of vitamin E needed by the organism.
  • Since vitamin E cannot be generated by the organism, it must be supplied through the diet.
  • Vitamin E is mainly contained in plants and vegetable oils.

Table of contents

    1. What is Vitamin E?
    2. Benefits of Vitamin E
    3. Vitamin E is recommended for:
    4. What foods contain Vitamin E?
    5. What are the symptoms of a Vitamin E deficiency?
    6. Intake and administration of Vitamin E:
    7. Who can benefit from Vitamin E?
    8. Side effects and interactions of Vitamin E
    9. What the experts think about Vitamin E:
      1. 1. Vitamin E inhibits cholesterol, which reduces cardiovascular diseases
      2. 2. Vitamin E deficiency during pregnancy may cause asthma in children

Benefits of Vitamin E

The basic function of vitamin E in the human body is its antioxidant effect. Vitamin E absorbs the free radicals that are generated by the metabolism or from the environment, protecting the cells from their destruction by oxidation.

Another of its benefits is its ability to protect from the formation of blood clots and from plaque and fat deposits on the inside of blood vessels. Vitamin E also has anti-inflammatory effects and is involved in the metabolism of nucleic acid and amino acids.

Vitamin E is recommended for:

  • Cases of immunodeficiency
  • As a preventive measure against cardiovascular diseases and various types of cancer
  • In pregnancy and lactation
  • Senile dementia
  • For people who smoke
  • To deal with stress
  • In premenstrual syndrome
  • In cases of thromboprophylaxis
  • In fat absorption disorders
  • For people following a diet
  • When using long-term medications, such as contraceptives or antiepileptics

What foods contain Vitamin E?

Vitamin E is mainly found in plants, which is the reason why products of vegetable origin are the ones with higher levels of vitamin E. We can also find vitamin E in foods of animal origin, but in much lower concentrations.

The main sources of vitamin E are vegetable oils and fats. But seeds, nuts, unprocessed cereals and certain vegetables, such as avocados, have a lot of vitamin E.

What are the symptoms of a Vitamin E deficiency?

  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Sterility
  • Lack of vitality
  • Muscle weakness
  • Increased susceptibility to infections
  • Sight problems
  • Fatigue
  • Spots on the skin
  • Inflammation and difficulty to heal wounds

Intake and administration of Vitamin E:

Around a fifty percent of the population does not meet the daily requirements of vitamin E. Although health authorities recommend a daily intake of 12 to 14 milligrams of vitamin E, clinical studies advise that the daily dose should be from 200 to 800 IU (international units) in order to prevent the development of several diseases. 100 IU equals 67 milligrams of vitamin E.

It is important to know that this daily dose is the minimum of vitamin E that can be consumed to prevent acute deficiency symptoms, but this is not enough to promote health and vitality. Using dietary supplements will not only helps us meet the daily requirements of vitamin E but it can also help keep us healthy.

Who can benefit from Vitamin E?

  • Pregnant and lactating women
  • Athletes
  • Smokers
  • People with fat absorption disorders
  • Patients in the process of recovery
  • Those who suffer from bile-related or pancreatic diseases
  • Patients with senile dementia
  • People who have a weakened immune system or who suffer from stress
  • Women who suffer from the premenstrual syndrome
  • People who use medications permanently, such as the contraceptive pill
  • Diabetic people

Side effects and interactions of Vitamin E

Vitamin E dietary supplements consumed in the recommended doses do not produce side effects. If you are using other supplements, medications, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding you should first consult your doctor or nutritionist before consuming vitamin E supplements.

Since vitamin E cannot be produced by the organism, it must be supplied through food or dietary supplements.

What the experts think about Vitamin E:

1. Vitamin E inhibits cholesterol, which reduces cardiovascular diseases

A clinical study conducted with 40.000 participants revealed that LDL cholesterol is harmless, as long as there is enough vitamin E to counter it. The participants in the study who consumed vitamin E regularly experienced a reduction of heart diseases of a thirty-seven per cent.

2. Vitamin E deficiency during pregnancy may cause asthma in children

The latest studies have found that women who consume little vitamin E during pregnancy, increase the possibility that the child will suffer from asthma in the future.

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