Vitamin E is necessary to prevent a wide range of conditions. If a condition occurs, you may be able to reverse them by giving your body what it’s lacking.
There are numerous books about Vitamin E. I believe the one in my library, somewhere, is “Vitamin E for Ailing and Healthy Hearts” by Wilfrid E. Shute.
I found that my arthritis went away after I started taking Vitamin E. That may have been due to many things; because, I went from taking nothing to taking high doses of different nutrients as I learned about their benefits.
Continue on to learn more about some of the benefits of the right kinds of Vitamin E.
Vitamin E intake critical during ‘the first 1,000 days’
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Amid conflicting reports about the need for vitamin E and how much is enough, a new analysis published today suggests that adequate levels of this essential micronutrient are especially critical for the very young, the elderly, and women who are or may become pregnant.
A lifelong proper intake of vitamin E is also important, researchers said, but often complicated by the fact that this nutrient is one of the most difficult to obtain through diet alone.
It has been estimated that only a tiny fraction of Americans consume enough dietary vitamin E to meet the estimated average requirement.
Meanwhile, some critics have raised unnecessary alarms about excessive vitamin E intake while in fact the diet of most people is insufficient, said Maret Traber, a professor in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University, principal investigator with the Linus Pauling Institute and national expert on vitamin E.
“Many people believe that vitamin E deficiency never happens,” Traber said. “That isn’t true. It happens with an alarming frequency…