Vitamin E: a cell protector but not only!

You find in this video and in this article:

- The definition of vitamin E

- The main functions of vitamin E

- The food sources of vitamin E

- Vitamin E interactions with certain drugs and food supplements

- vitamin E and cell aging

Vitamin E has an important power Antioxidant.

In particular, it protects the walls of blood cells (red blood cells, white blood cells), it would also have an anti-inflammatory effect and would allow the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system.

the lack vitamin E is mainly observed in people who have a lack contribution, people who suffer from chronic intestinal diseases, but also people who take certain types of treatments versus obesity.

Drugs that reduce fat absorption also lead to a reduction in the absorption of lipophilic vitamins (vitamins attracted by fat). These are group vitamins HAS, D, E and K.

So you have to pay attention to the risk of deficiencies in vitamins and minerals if you take this type of treatment.

It is a vitamin that is recommended to combat diseases related to aging cellular like the Alzheimer's disease, osteoarthritis .. because of its strong antioxidant power, it protected cells against oxidation (production of toxic substances resulting in deterioration).

You should know that it is a vitamin that has properties anticoagulants, that is to say that she fluidifies the blood.

It is therefore not recommended in people who take anticoagulant (coumadine, warfarin) or anti -aging (aspirin, clopidogrel) treatments.

Likewise, it is not recommended in patients with stomach ulcer.

You must also avoid taking it if you consume food supplements based on garlic, onion or Ginkgo.

The sources of vitamins E are the oils vegetable such as rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, soy oil, olive oil, green leaf vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, spinach, but also nuts, almonds, meats and fish.

Due to its many controversial effects, taking vitamin E supplement must be done under advice medical.

A varied and balanced diet is sufficient to meet our vitamin E needs, if there is no real deficiency.

Dr Noura Marrai (Doctor of Pharmacy, YouTuber Health, creator of the health well-being Pharmaquiz application),

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