Vitamin E

Studies have shown that vitamin E helps protect against the harmful effects of toxics. Studies indicate that vitamin E may slow the aging process. Studies also showed that vitamin E helps to protect from loung, esophegeal, colerectal, breast and cervical cancers. Vitamin E may helps protect from cardiovascular disease. Vitamin E may also play a role in the healing of wounds. Vitamin E may enhance immune system and may help reduce the chances of auto-immune diseases. Vitamin E may also play an important role for the better functioning of nervous system. Some studies on animals showed that vitamin E reduce the need of insulin in diabetes by improving insulin resistance. Vitamin C also reduce the cholesterol and increase HDL (Good cholesterol). The strong doses of Vitamin E for long time may harmful for the body. The less and moderate  dose of vitamin E has not shown any signs of toxicity.

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