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Vitamin e is a fat-soluble vitamin that has antioxidant properties necessary for normal animal growth and reproduction. Vitamin e has a broad role in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and other complications, central nervous system disorders, movement disorders, skin diseases and so on. The functions of vitamin e as follows:
1. Anti-aging: The anti-free radical and vitamin E anti-aging principles are intertwined. Vitamin E has a strong protective effect against lipid peroxidation and free radicals.
2. Boost Immunity: Vitamin E insufficiency impacts immune system performance in both humans and animals. It significantly affects cellular immunity in addition to having the ability to lower humoral immunity.
3. Get Rid of Color Spots: The accumulation of lipofuscin in skin cells is the cause of age pigments and chroma smears. An innocuous waste product called lipofuscin is produced when free radicals oxidize cells. This substance can deposit in the brain, liver, and heart in addition to appearing as a variety of spots on the face. The primary role of vitamin E is to counteract free radicals, which helps to get rid of these spots. Vitamin E also has the effect of decreasing blood viscosity by widening peripheral blood capillaries.
4. Anti-cancer: According to the study, there appears to be an inverse relationship between the incidence of cancer and serum vitamin E levels: cancer incidence is higher in those with low vitamin E levels.