Vitamin E

Vitamin E is important in slowing down the aging process, and reducing male impotency. It also helps in the dilation of blood vessels, protects the pituitary and adrenal hormones, and assists in the prevention of miscarriages; and the assimilation of manganese, phosphorus, selenium, Vitamin A, B and C. The benefits are cancelled out by contraceptive pills, chlorine, and mineral oils.

It is better assimilated by the body in the presence of manganese, phosphorus, selenium, and vitamin A.
The benefits of vitamin E are eliminated by Contraceptive pill, chlorine, and mineral oils.

Foods containing Vitamin E include:

    Cereals – Brown rice, cornmeal, wheat germ.

    Dairy – Cream, egg yolk, real ice cream

    Fruits – Apples, bananas, feverbush, oranges, peaches, raisins, saguaro cactus, strawberries.

    Meats – Chicken.

    Seeds/Nuts – Coffee bean, pinon nuts.

    Vegetables etc – Asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, green beans, mushrooms, potatoes (unpeeled), soybeans, tomatoes, watercress.

Other Vitamins
Vitamin B Complex
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Biotin and PABA
Folic Acid and Pantothenic Acid


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