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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Vitamin E benefits;

Vitamin E a powerful antioxidant, a protection against aging;

The role of vitamin E in the health;

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant, capable of slowing the degradation of polyunsaturated fatty acids that make up the cell membrane and neutralize the harmful effects of free radicals.

Vitamin E against certain diseases:

1.    Vitamin E plays a protective role against premature aging of cells (creams based on vitamin E may delay skin aging).  
2.    Against cardiovascular diseases.  
3.    Against cataract and also against some cancers. 
4.    It also helps to reduce the risk of embolism in opposing the formation of clots in the blood vessels.  
5.    It protects the nervous system and allows the use of iron by the body.

Antioxidants Topopherols:

1.    Topopherols:   
2.      Vitamin E is the name given to a group of antioxidants called Topopherols.
3.    Whether dietary or administered as oil applied externally, this vitamin is especially beneficial to the skin, which it slows aging.
4.    It also promotes healing.

Food sources of vitamin E:

1.    Vitamin E combines several forms of related antioxidants.
2.    It is found in vegetable oils such as wheat germ oil, soybean oil, and sunflower, corn or grape seed.
3.    It is more abundant in the oils of cold pressed than in refined oils.
4.    Vitamin E also present in nuts, such as almonds, hazelnuts, soy, wheat germ, shrimp, whole grains, salad, green vegetables and oily fish.
5.    Vitamin E is sensitive to light and to the action of oxygen, vitamin E is more partially destroyed by heat.
6.    This is the fat-soluble vitamin that the body stores the text easily.

       Deficient intake of vitamin E:

1.    Deficit intake is extremely rare and deficiency of vitamin E is associated with quite different systems that can lead to serious complications, especially fatigue, neuromuscular disorders, anemia, cardiac disease, impaired eye movements, decreased immunity.
2.    It is also possible that a simple vitamin E deficiency is associated with an increased risk of developing certain diseases such as atherosclerosis (lipid deposition in the artery walls), cataract or clouding of the lens, anemia , muscular diseases, dementia, and cancer that can be prostate, breast, or lung cancer.
3.    It would be responsible for premature aging.   

     Vitamin E supplement:

1.    A supplement may be useful in cases:
2.    Your diet is rich in polyunsaturated fats, because vitamin E protects polyunsaturated fatty acids against oxidation.
3.    If hot flashes associated with menopause.
4.    In case of intestinal mal absorption.
5.    In case of joint pain and osteopathy.
6.    If you present a risk or cardiovascular disorders.
7.    If you drink alcohol regularly.
8.    If you smoke.
9.    If you are exposed to pollution.
10.  If you follow a strict low-calorie diet.
11.  During pregnancy and lactation.
12.  But you should consult a doctor before taking any supplements of vitamins or minerals.

    Vitamin E intake:

1.    Adequate intake is necessary for good physical strength.
2.    In the case of excess intake of vitamin E, the toxic hazards are limited because any excess of vitamin E is excreted in the feces.
3.    In high doses, however, this vitamin can cause nausea and diarrhea.    

     Vitamin E combination:

1.    Good combinations; 
2.    The effect of vitamin E is enhanced by the presence of other antioxidant nutrients, particularly vitamins A and C, beta carotene and selenium.
3.    In practice, the action of vitamin E is suppressed by the iron sulfate.
4.    The administration of these two nutrients in the form of supplement should be spaced at least eight hours.
If you have hypertension, if you are taking blood thinners or insulin, consult your doctor before using vitamin E supplements.    
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