Vitamin E: Also known as "tocopherol", it can scavenge free radicals and regulate endocrine, promote the discharge of melanin pigment in the skin, dispel freckles and whiten, and strengthen the skin's moisturizing function, increase skin elasticity and eliminate wrinkles. Antifetal effect. Excessive use of vitamin E can cause platelet aggregation, thrombosis, gastrointestinal discomfort, fatigue and weakness. If combined with estrogen, it will also cause thrombophlebitis. In addition, taking a large amount of vitamins will also affect the effect of taking other drugs, and once you become addicted to taking vitamins, you suddenly stop taking it, which will cause physical discomfort. Moreover, scientists believe that if you can get enough nutrients from enough food, you don’t need to take any vitamin drugs. Early scientists found that in animal experiments, vitamin E is related to reproductive ability, and mice lacking vitamin E cannot have it. Normal fertility. However, there is no such report in the human body. Judging from the structure of vitamin E, it is an antioxidant that can protect the integrity of the body's cell membranes and will not be damaged by oxidative factors in nature. From this point of view, it seems to be helpful to prevent aging or prevent cancer. However, there are very few people who really lack vitamin E, so it can be said that most people get enough vitamin E from their diet and do not need to supplement.
Vitamin E is widely distributed in animal and plant tissues. The main source of vitamin E in the diet is vegetable oil, such as wheat germ oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, peanut oil, and soybean oil, but the content of olive oil is not much. Others such as dark green vegetables, stone fruits, beans, whole grains, meat, butter, and eggs are rich in vitamin E. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin and needs to be absorbed by the body only in the presence of bile salts and fat. Generally speaking, the cooking process will also affect the amount of vitamin E. Foods that are frozen and then fried will have a reduced content. For grains crushed into powder, the vitamin E content is only 20% of the original.
The daily supply of vitamin E in the diet is generally recommended to be 400 IU per day. However, in recent years, the use of vitamins and the recommended high-dose use have become more and more common. Therefore, the dosage of 1000 IU has appeared. Vitamin E deficiency is extremely rare. If it is really lacking, it can cause clinical phenomena such as mild anemia, red blood cell lysis, and abnormal nerve reflexes in the human body. On the contrary, due to the promotion of vitamin E efficacy in recent years, such as prevention and treatment of arteriosclerosis, hypertension, liver dysfunction, muscle relaxation, sexual function decline, hair loss, etc., the phenomenon of misuse of vitamin E continues to occur. Vitamin E, Among fat-soluble vitamins, they are relatively non-toxic. However, taking too much is not good for people with heart disease, and can lead to increased blood pressure and increased cholesterol, which can aggravate the condition of cardiovascular patients. However, if normal people take too much, male hormones can be reduced, and females will have symptoms such as irregular menstruation.