What are the known vitamin E benefits? The list is long and we examine it in this article....
by M. Daniels, who has been professionally writing and editing technical non-fiction articles and publications for over 3 decades.
This amazing vitamin, also known as tocopherol,
is a powerful biological antioxidant which plays a role in maintaining the body's immune system. Lets look at the list of vitamin E benefits:
Natural foods which can provide the vitamin E benefits include:
There are no essential toxic effects known for vitamin E, however anyone with overactive thyroid, diabetes, high blood pressure or rheumatic heart disease should use caution if starting to use supplements of this vitamin, generally starting with small doses and increasing over time. Over time the diuretic effect of vitamin E will help lower blood pressure.
If using high levels of supplements, these should be reduced gradually to avoid a sudden change.
The minimum amount of Vitamin E which adults should consume is 400 IU (International Units) with an upper limit for supplements set at 1200 IU.
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