Vitamin E has been shown to interact with some pollutants which are present in the environment and diet. The primary atmospheric pollutants are ozone and nitric oxide which are capable of generating free radicals in the body. Vitamin E has been shown to protect against the harmful effect of ozone and nitric oxide.Vitamin E has been shown to be useful in the treatment of cystic mastitis
, the most common cancerous growth of the breast in females.
deficiency can lead to:
Premature Hemolysis of Red Blood Cells
Increased Lung Tissue Due To Smog, Cigarette Smoking
, Air Pollution, etc.
Shortened Life of Red Blood Cells
Decreased Resistance to Bacterial Infection
Increased Susceptibility to Fibrocystic Breast Disease
Increased Tendency to Retrolental Fibroplasia In Babies
Increased Tendency to Hemolytic Anemia
In Premature Babies
Increased Susceptibility to Thrombosis
Green Leafy Vegetables Cod Liver Oil Coconut Corn Oil Mayonnaise Olive Oil Peanut Butter Palm Oil Peanuts Pecans Soybeans Walnuts Wheat Germ.
evion is a market name for vitamin e.
please donot consume it with out a prescription.
please consult a physician before you take it as overdose can be harm ful.
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