Vitamin E is an important vitamin that is naturally useful for slowing down the aging process. The role of this vitamin in balancing cholesterol and hormones, fighting free radicals and preventing the progression of diseases, as well as repairing damaged skin is undeniable. Vitamin E also strengthens hair, eyesight and muscle strength and helps people with Alzheimer’s.
Sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts, wheat germ, mango, squash, broccoli, spinach, kiwi and tomatoes are rich sources of vitamin E, which with daily consumption can meet up to 60% of the body’s need for this vitamin.
People with fat malabsorption, which is a common problem among people with “inflammatory bowel disease,” may be deficient in vitamin E. Because fat is needed to absorb vitamin E. Symptoms of vitamin E deficiency include loss of muscle coordination and impaired vision and speech.