Vitamin E For The Heath Of It

It’s almost flu season again. It’s almost that time of year when colds and sicknesses spread like wild fire. Are you protected? You do not have to be one of the many that are under the weather, flat on your back, or anywhere in between! You can say “No!” to sickness this year! You can increase the antioxidants in your body!

Are you already sick? Are you trying to fight something off? You can take steps to make yourself get well faster!

Do you have a cut or wound? Do you have a scar that just will not fade? You can get help for all of this and more from vitamin E! Read on!

What is Vitamin E?

Vitamin E is a collection of eight different forms of a fat-soluble vitamin, all wrapped up in one nice, neat, little package. It is a popular supplement. It can be found in natural and synthetic forms.

 What Does It Do?

 Vitamin E is a natural healing nutrient that functions as an antioxidant. It neutralizes free radicals in the body. Free radicals are unstable atoms that steal an electron from a stable atom, ultimately causing harm to tissues and cells. Through its neutralization of free radicals, Vitamin E raises the immune system and helps the body function efficiently.

It also has many other functions. Vitamin E is part of the immune system itself. It helps blood clot quicker. Rubbing vitamin E on scars will help them lighten, and applying it to wounds will cause faster healing. It also helps the body absorb vitamin K, as vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium. It may ease chronic respiratory problems. Lastly, vitamin E aids our bodies in the production of red blood cells.

 Sources of Vitamin E

 Vitamin E rich fruits and vegetables include: green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, turnip, beet, collard, and dandelion greens; avocados; asparagus; kiwifruit; broccoli; pumpkin; sweet potato; mangoes; tomatoes; papayas; and lettuce. Vitamin E can be found in different oils, like: vegetable oils; soybean oil; olive oil; corn oil; sunflower oil; safflower oil; wheat germ oil; nut oil; and palm oil. Vitamin E can also be found in: nuts, like almonds and hazelnuts, and nut butters; fortified cereals; whole grain foods; and rockfish.

 Sometimes it is impossible to meet your needs for vitamin E just through your diet. Sometimes, sickness or flu season necessitate a stronger approach to creating antioxidants within your body. In these cases, utilize the awesome powers of vitamin E supplements, like E-Complex 1:1 or E-Gems Elite 400 IU.