ingredient information
Alpha Tocopherol Tocopheryl
AAA
Vitamin E Vitamin E is abundant in whole wheat, rice germ, and vegetable oils. It is destroyed by the refining and bleaching of flour. Vitamin E prevents oils from going rancid. Recent studies indicate that large amounts of vitamin E may help reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. (Vitamin E) Found in almonds, apricot oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, hazelnuts, margarine, peanut oil, safflower nuts, sunflower seeds, walnuts, wheat germ, whole-wheat flour Vitamin E is an antioxidant.Its action is enhanced by ascorbic acid and selenium. It protects polyunsaturated fats in the body from oxidation, maintains the integrity of vitamin A in the body and promotes normal clotting of blood. It's levels in the body are dependenent on proper levels of zinc.Promotes normal growth and development Prevents free radical damage in body Acts as anti-blood clotting agent Protects tissues against oxidation Promotes normal red blood cell formation Helps treat fibrocystic disease of the breasts Helps treat circulatory problems of lower extremities Helps in treatment of sickle-cell anemia Protects lungs from air pollution Helps prevent coronary-artery heart disease Improves stamina Heals burns and wounds Helps retard aging Lessens some types of hair loss Eases menopause Dimineshes liver spots Useful as an adjuct treatment for Bursitis Prevents diaper rash Decreases scarring Useful in treatment of anemia Helps heal acne.