What does Vitamin E really do for you?
I've heard about the benefits of Vitamin E, but apparently there's no medical or scientific proof that these claims are true. What does Vitamin E really do for you, and is it worth taking it in supplement form?
I used to take vitamin E for its antioxidant and brain health. However, I don't any more. There is some controversy over high doses of vitamin E supplementation, which I have wrote about in my Hub...
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There is no problem with vitamin E overdose in foods. Because it is pretty difficult to find vitamin E in foods. Some foods with vitamin E are papaya, spinach, chards, sunflower seeds, walnuts, asparagus.
The supplement can not simulate the 8 varieties of vitamin E in food. If you do take supplement get the get the natural vitamin E which is labeled as "d-alpha tocopherol" as opposed to the synthetic form labeled as "dl-alpha tocopherol".
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