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What are The Functions of Vitamin E? The vitamin E is known most for its powerful antioxidant properties. Essentially, vitamin E protects your cells from free radical damage.
Research shows that alpha-tocopherols reduce the production of free radicals. And gamma-tocopherols stop existing free radicals from damaging your cells. This helps keep your cells healthy and functioning properly, which is necessary to prevent disease.
For example, vitamin E’s ability to neutralize free radicals is what protects your DNA from damage that can cause mutations and lead to the development of cancer.
In addition to its antioxidant properties, vitamin E helps prevent disease by fighting against inflammation. Vitamin E is also well-known for its ability to prevent blood clots from forming that can otherwise lead to heart disease.
Other diseases that vitamin E has been shown to help reduce the risk of include cataracts and Alzheimer’s disease. Plus, vitamin E helps boost your body’s immune response, especially when dealing with infectious diseases.
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