Vitamin E

 

Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is important for a strong healthy immune system, healthy skin, eyes and preventing stroke induced brain damage. Foods that are rich in vitamin E include almonds, asparagus, avocados, hazelnuts, peanuts, soybeans, spinach, sunflower seeds and wheat germ to name a few. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that’s used to counteract free radicals and stabilize cell membranes.  It protects skin cells from UV (ultra violet) light, smog, smoking and environmental pollutants and other things that can cause cellular damage. Free radicals are one of the main reason skin ages, others are smoking, drinking alcohol in excessive amounts and being out in the sun with out proper protection. That is why vitamin E is so important it scours the body for free radicals that have the potential to damage skin cells, neutralizes these threats and helps provide damaged cells with the electrons required to complete any unstable cells. The fact is, skin cells need to be protected by antioxidants. Lotions that contain Vitamin E are helpful in treating and preventing sun burns. Your skin can easily absorb Vitamin E making it very effective in promoting healthy, smooth, vibrant skin. Vitamin E can help prevent age spots, reduce fine lines, wrinkles, scars and stretch marks. It's a natural anti-inflammatory so it calms and hydrates skin it's also great for dry brittle hair. It treats wrinkles by boosting collagen production and regenerating the growth of new skin cells. Vitamin E is important in prevention of skin cancer due to the protection of the antioxidant properties that help prevent and reduce skin damage from the sun. Vitamin E protects the epidermis layer of skin from the UV damaging rays. It is recommenced that you consume at least 12mg of this very needed vitamin to insure you don't develop a Vitamin E deficiency.