Reproductive or fertility health for men and women
Immune system health
The health of people whose diet consists of high levels of easily oxidized polyunsaturated, as well as those on low fat diets
Vitamin E is a powerful, fat-soluble antioxidant that helps combat free radicals that may damage your body's cells.
Free radicals are highly reactive substances that are a consequence of normal metabolism, aging, and exposure to factors in the environment, such as cigarette smoke, pollutants, and ultraviolet light.
Vitamin E Deficiency
Our daily need for vitamin E changes with age, gender, overall health status, and diet.
This potent antioxidant can be lost from foods during preparation, cooking, or storage.
A deficiency may result in infertility in in both men and women; menstrual cycle issues; neuromuscular impairment; and shortened red blood cell life span.
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