Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) Assessment

Vitamin E 

Effective For:

  • Antioxidant – protects cells from damage
  • Protects against some cancers
  • Helps body use oxygen – preventing blood clots, thrombosis, arteriosclerosis 
  • Promotes faster wound healing
  • Improves fertility
  • Good for skin

Top foods containing Vitamin E

Unrefined cold pressed corn oils Sunflower Seeds Peanuts Sesame Seeds
Other Seeds Beans Peas Wheat Germ
Tuna Sardines Salmon Sweet Potatoes

 

Promoters:

  • Works with Vitamin C and Selenium

Vitamin E Assessment

Score 1 point for each symptom that you experience on a REGULAR basis. 

_______   Exhaustion after light exercise

_______   Easy bruising

_______   Slow wound-healing

_______   Varicose veins

_______   Poor skin elasticity

_______   Loss of muscle tone

_______   Lack of sex drive

_______   Infertility

Total Vitamin E Score _______

If you scored 2 or more points you need Vitamin E.  Please review the list of foods containing Vitamin.  Over the next few weeks include foods from the list in your diet.

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