Vitamin E is also important for the health of the immune system by regulating it. There are different types of vitamin E including eight types of natural vitamin E. Alpha tocopherol is the only form recognized for humans from the natural type.
Sources of Vitamin E
There are natural vitamin E sources as well as synthetic vitamin E acetate. Vitamin E acetate is gluten free. The natural type may contain gluten, based on the source it's derived from.
Many foods provide a natural source of vitamin E, including:
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- Wheat germ oil
- Sunflower oil
- Safflower oil
- Palm oil
- Vegetables, such as green leafy ones, avocados
- Fruit such as papayas and mangos
Vitamin E has been recommended for treating and preventing heart conditions including heart attack, chest pain, and high blood pressure. Complications from treating diabetes have also been helped with vitamin E, as well as certain types of cancer. It's also used for infertility, chronic fatigue syndrome, allergies and respiratory conditions.
Vitamin E Skin Benefits & Vitamin E Uses
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1. Antioxidants help repair your skin from scar tissue
2. Provides protection against the sun's ultraviolet rays
3. Promotes circulation of blood to the scalp, helping to prevent hair loss
4. Helps retain the natural moisture of the skin, promoting healthier skin
5. Boosts collagen production, keeping the skin more elastic and younger looking