Vitamin E; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin E

Alias Tocopherols, Tocotrienols
Function Important for blood function, preventing excessive fatty acids, maintaining healthy skin tissue, eyes, red blood and liver, as a natural antioxidant, protecting the lungs from air pollution.
Vitamin E Deficiency Infertility, nerve and muscle disorders.
Food Sources Vegetable oil, wheat, grains, lettuce, fish, yeast, egg yolks.
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