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Benefits and Uses of Vitamin E

September 28, 2021 2 min read

Highlights:

  •  What is vitamin E?
  •  Function of vitamin E
  • What vitamin E does to the body?
  • Benefits of vitamin E

What is vitamin E?

benefits and uses of vitamin E

Vitamin E is a plant derivative and it is lipophilic in nature.vitamin E is a naturally occurring compounds and includes four tocopherols and four tocotrienols. Vitamin E, acts as a major free radical scavenging antioxidant in humans and protects the molecules from detrimental oxidative modifications.

Function of vitamin E

functions of vitamin E

It stabilizes the membrane by forming complexes with destabilizing molecules to prevent disturbance of the amphiphatic balance. It regulates physiological enzyme activity, cellular signaling, cell proliferation and gene expression and it inhibits the platelet coagulation. It prevents the diseases like neurological disorders, cardiovascular, skin damage, infertility.  

What vitamin E does to the body?

Vitamin E increases the membrane lipid packaging and increases the stability of the cell. it helps to control skeletal muscle homeostasis. This occurs because the membrane phospholipids are prominent targets of oxidants and vitamin E efficiently prevents lipid peroxidation. And in the absence of alpha-tocopherol supplementation, the exposure of the cultured cells to an oxidant challenge strikingly inhibits the repair. so it promotes membrane to repair and prevents the formation of oxidized phospholipids.it regulates platelet aggregation and protein kinase c activation increase in the endothelial cells inhibits platelet aggregation and release prostacyclin from endothelium.

Benefits of vitamin E

benefits of vitamin E

vitamin E protects the skin from photodermatitis, and reduces menstrual pain/ dysmenorrhoea, pre-eclampsia and tardive dyskinesia.
Vitamin E is potent antioxidant. It lowers the risk of cancer, oral cavity, stomach, rectal, prostrate gland by inhibiting the formation of reactive oxygen molecules and protects the body cells.
It manages diabetes, treats high blood pressure, heart attack, chest pain and hardening of arteries. Vitamin E reduces inflammation, skin ageing and protects from sun damage. Vitamin E fades the appearance of scars and keeps the skin moisturized and hydrated. Vitamin E creates barrier in the scalp and locks the moisture and prevents the hair to look dull and frizzy. It reduces oxidative stress and prevents hair fall and gives healthy scalp and nourished hair. Vitamin E regulates blood pressure and regulates muscle contraction. It increases the energy levels of the body and reduces fatigue of muscle. It reduces the risk of dementia, epilepsy, rheumatoid arthritis, restless legs syndrome and Huntington’s chorea, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease. Intake of oral supplementation treats yellow nail syndrome, vibration disease, epidermolysis bullosa, cancer prevention, claudication, cutaneous ulcers, and collagen synthesis and wound healing. Vitamin E protects against sarcopenia, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, and periodontal disease Vitamin E consist of α-Tocopherol and it is blended to a dialysis membrane for clinical management of chronic hemodialysis patients to improve stability and functions.


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