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Vitamin E
Definition

What does Vitamin E do for the body

Vitamin E is a Fat soluble Vitamin. It is a group of eight fat soluble Compounds. It includes Tocopherols and Tocotrienols. It protects the Body tissues from free Radicals. Free Radicals are compounds when Body converts the food into energy. Free Radicals harm the Body Cells, Tissues, and Organs. Vitamin E keeps the Immune system strong against Viruses and Bacteria. It is important in the formation of Red Blood Cells. It helps widen Blood vessels and keep Blood from Clotting inside them. Cells use Vitamin E to interact with each other. It carries out many important functions. Vitamin E prevents Cancer, Heart Diseases, Dementia and Liver Diseases.

Normal level of Vitamin E in the Body
5.5-17 mcg/Ml

Functions of Vitamin E in the Body
Vitamin E boosts the Immune System. Vitamin E relieves Menstrual Pain. It fights off invading Bacteria and Viruses.
It widens Blood Vessels and keeps Blood from Clotting within them. Cells use vitamin E to communicate with one another and to carry out several functions.

Benefits of Vitamin E
Vitamin E is essential for Eyes.
Vitamin E is an Antioxidant.
It protects Cell Membranes.
It speeds up Cell generation.
It gives an Anti Aging effect.
It treats Scars, Acne and Wrinkles.
It makes the Skin healthy and fresh.
Vitamin E strengthens Capillary walls.
It prevents the depletion of Vitamin A in eyes.
Vitamin E stops the blood platelets from Clumping.
It reduces the risk of Sunstroke and Heart diseases.
It protects the Eyes from Cataracts and Macular Degeneration.
Vitamin E protects from Lung Cancer, Cervix Cancer, and Cancer of Gastrointestinal Tract.

Effects of Vitamin E Deficiency in the Body
Unsteady walk
Vision problems
Muscle Weakness
Loss of Muscle mass
Abnormal Eye movements
Malabsorption of other nutrients
Disorders of the Gallbladder, Liver or Pancreas
Soreness, Tingling or Loss of Sensation in Hands or Feet

Effects of Excess Vitamin E in the Body
Excess vitamin E increases the risk of bleeding. It prevents Blood Clotting which leads to easier Bleeding. Excess intake of Vitamin E causes Muscle Weakness, Fatigue, Nausea and Diarrhea.
Your Best Bet If you have accidentally consumed excessive Vitamin E and you are bleeding, your best bet is to consume lettuce, which is rich in Vitamin K. You may absorb excess Vitamin E through the skin.
Remember, Vitamin K nullifies the effects of Vitamin E.
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Vitamin E

Most Effective

Effective

Beet Greens
Brussels Sprout
Bull Kelp
Camelina Sativa
Cheeses
Clementine
Gooseberry
Hibiscus Macranthus
Himalayan Musk Rose
Himalayan Rose
Rosa Pisocarpa
Rosa Webbiana
Suaeda Maritima
 
 
 
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