(as D-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate)
Vitamin E (d-alpha Tocopheryl Sucinate) by definition is; any of several fat-soluble vitamins that are made up of tocopheryls, especially alpha-tocopheryl, which is mainly found in plant leaves, wheat germ oil, and milk and they act as an important antioxidant neutralizing free radicals in the body.
BENEFITS OF HAVING ENOUGH VITAMIN E
- Helps to protect the normal function of cells and the inter-cellular processes.
- The oxygenation of tissues.
- Aides in the normal function of the reproductive system and fertility.
- Dilation of capillaries and dissolving of blood clots for a better free flow of blood.
- Keeping the skin smooth and moisturized.
DEFICIENCIES OF VITAMIN E MAY LEAD TO
- A degenerative state of blood capillaries leading to; lung and heart disease, pulmonary embolism, and possible brain stroke.
- Loss of sexual potency
- Reproductive disorders
- Male and female sterilization
- Muscular disorders.
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