5 Major Signs Of Vitamin E Deficiency And A Few Foods That May Help Fix It
December 19, 2017
There’s not much talk about vitamin E. But you shouldn’t underestimate its importance, because it plays a role in many functions in your body: supporting your immune system, reducing oxidative stress (vitamin E is an antioxidant), protecting nerve cells, and aiding the production of red blood cells.
Vitamin E deficiency is rare in developed countries, but some people may have higher chances of developing it. These include premature infants, people with very low-fat diets, and people with conditions that affect absorption of fats and other nutrients.