The Benefits Of Vitamin E
There are so many benefits of vitamin e. Vitamins e, a, & c are free radical scavengers. It is an important anti oxidant. It slows down cellular aging, neutralizes free radicals in the skin cause by ultra violets rays, it’s good for skin wound healing and skin repair, it prevents clots from forming. It helps along with minerals selenium and zinc so be sure to make sure you're getting all of them. Taking vitamin E for skin is important for healing skin wounds.
Naturally vitamin E is found as a composition of eight known vitamin E components (d-alpha, beta, gamma and delta tocopherol, and d-alpha, beta, gamma and delta tocotrienol).
Foods containing vitamin E are wheat germ, whole grain cereal, oat bran, oat meal, beans, legumes, green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes, yam, black strap molasses. Foods containing vitamin e are butter, egg yolk, milk fat, and liver, vegetables and seed or nut oils. So be sure to get your vitamin e foods along with a,c, zinc & selenium. Zinc helps maintain proper levels of vitamin e in the blood and selenium helps with vitamin e absorption.
If you take this supplement make sure it's d Alpha Tocopherol the natural for and NOT d1 Alpha Tocopherol it's synthetic form. You will be able to see it on the label of the bottle. Of course mixed tocopherols are best.
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