Posted by: M. Walgenbach | January 8, 2011

Vitamin E: What Is It Good For? Absolutely Everything.

The Vitamins and Nutrition Center reports that:
. . . Vitamin E is naturally an oil, and is (compared to other nutrients) a bit expensive, so many pill-based multi-vitamins skimp and give you a very small amount (40-60 IU’s) of vitamin E a day.  Your average Centrum Performance gives you just 60 IU’s a day–so consider extra supplementation or find a high quality multivitamin that gives you 400 IU’s instead of just 40 or 60.  Why?  As just one example, the clinical benefits of Vitamin E’s protective effect against Alzheimer’s disease does not appear until at least 400 IU’s a day, even though the US RDA is just 30 IU’s per day.

Dr. Mercola’s comments on Vitamin E are useful.

The remarkable powers of natural Vitamin E are now known:

Powerful Effect #1:  This article explains how Vitamin E prevents the destructive effects of lead in the cells.

Power Effect #2:  Top 10 Foods Highest in Vitamin E with wheat germ being the highest.

Powerful Effect #3:  Maria S. from Sacramento writes: “I took 4,000 IU of a high-quality vitamin E every day for six weeks to eliminate liver spots on my face that had developed.”

Powerful Effect #4:  Carolyn from Pittsburgh writes, “I left it alone, and remembered being told that vitamin E can cause cysts to go away. It worked and when the cyst came back a year later, I went straight to the vitamin E bottle, and next doctor appointment, there was no signs of the cyst.”

Powerful Effect #5:  It is an antipollutant for the lungs.  It helps the healing of scar tissue when taken internally and also when applied externally.

Here is what the National Institutes of Health has to say about Vitamin E.

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