Vitamin E works as a biological antioxidant, which means that it protects body tissue from "free radicals" that cause damage to organs, tissues, and cells.
In the life of all the beings that breathe and use oxygen as a means to get energy, we can find a process called oxidative stress, which is the basis of many degenerations suffered by our body, including aging, cardiovascular diseases, immune system deficiencies, and others. Here is where vitamin E stands up and shines bright, as it reduces and regulates the impact of free radicals that damage cells.
So, to reduce or prevent oxidative stres, I encourage the regular consumption of food that provides vitamin E. Nuts such as hazelnut, peanuts, pistachios, sunflower and olive oil, asparagus, avocados, tomatoes, basil, and spinach could be our antioxidant allies.
Besides, vitamin E supports skin and hair health!
As we see, we can not overlook this vitamin.
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