Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin stored in the body, particularly in fatty tissue and muscles.
The main and best known role of vitamin E is its antioxidant power which against the action of free radicals and thus protects cells from oxidation and their premature aging. Therefore, it plays in particular a role in skin beauty and prevention of cardiovascular disease. It also has immune and anti-inflammatory properties.
Being fat soluble, vitamin E is present especially in fat-rich foods such as vegetable oils (especially sunflower, peanut, wheat germ, soy), oilseeds (almonds, hazelnuts, nuts ...), butter and oily fish (salmon, herring, sardines ...).
Because of its fort antioxidant power, vitamin E is often used by the food industry as a preservative (under the names E306 to E309), to avoid the rancidity of food.
COMPLEMENTATION & CONTRAINDICATION:
Cases of deficiency are relatively rare, vitamin E being well stored in the body. But the needs can be increased in pregnant or lactating women, athletes, smokers or people with chronic pathology. It exists little known effect from vitamin E overdose
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