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Vitamin E is needed for healthy nerve cells. If your body has too little, you rob the brain of one of the building blocks it needs to stay healthy. In the study, depletion of blood vitamin E resulted in reduced cognitive function.
It is an antioxidant that helps protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. In the context of brain health, vitamin E protects the membranes of brain and nerve cells from oxidation. It also protects Omega-3 fatty acids in the brain.
Vitamin E is key to strong immunity. As an antioxidant is helps neutralize free radicals that form when you take medicine or drugs. Free radicals also come from tobacco smoke, air pollution and from UV radiation from the sun. It is directly involved with immune cells fighting off bacteria, viruses and other foreign invaders.
Vitamin E is good for the heart and blood vessels. Free radicals damage arteries so that they eventually become can become clogged—vitamin E helps prevents this. It also boosts two enzymes that in turn widen arteries and prevent blood cells from clumping together. A large study (40,000 persons) over ten years found that those taking vitamin E supplements had an up to 49% lower risk of dying from heart disease.
Naturally-occurring vitamin E exists in several forms. These have varying levels of biological activity. We have made VITAMIN E SUPREME with the four that are most bioavailable for humans: alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocopherol.