What are the properties of Vitamin E? Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with antioxidant properties. Vitamin E exists in eight different forms (isomers): alpha, beta, gamma and delta tocopherol, alpha, beta, gamma and delta tocotrienol. Alpha-tocopherol is the most active form in humans. The dosage and recommendations of daily amounts of vitamin E are often provided equivalent of alpha-tocopherol (ATE) to account for the different biological activities of the various forms of vitamin E, or in International Units (IU). Vitamin E supplements are available in natural or synthetic form. Natural forms are usually labeled with the letter “d” (for example, d-gamma-tocopherol), while synthetic forms are labeled “dl” (for example, dl-alpha-tocopherol).
It may be useful for:
• Menstrual pain
• Low sperm count
• Inflammation of the eye tissues
• restless legs syndrome or relief from muscle cramps
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Parkinson’s disease
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Several diabetes-related complications, and can be useful in the treatment and prevention of diabetes itself
• Cardiovascular disease
Food sources of Vitamin E:
Sunflower seeds, almonds, avocado, peanuts, sweet and hot paprika, pine nuts, basil, oregano, thyme, sage, green olives, spinach, linseed oil, mango, tomatoes, asparagus.
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