The lack of vitamin E is especially noticeable in women: nails become brittle, skin becomes sensitive and dry, the first signs of ageing are...
The lack of vitamin E is especially noticeable in women: nails become brittle, skin becomes sensitive and dry, the first signs of ageing are becoming more and more noticeable. Difficulties with weight loss are also possible.
Vitamin E in foods
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Who, how and how much vitamin E should be taken?
The daily intake of vitamin E is 15 mg.
Vitamin E is fat-soluble, so it is recommended to take it with food containing fat. The time is in the morning.
In rare cases, the dosage of vitamin E is 30 mg. and above (the dosage is increased in conditions accompanied by low absorption of the vitamin or increased requirements for it). Vitamin has low toxicity, therefore, even exceeding the daily dose is not harmful to health.
Who benefits from vitamin E:
children under the age of 12;
people with various digestive disorders;
people with a diet, losing weight;
athletes, people leading an active lifestyle.
It is recommended to consult a specialist before taking it.