What is Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a collective term for a group of fat-soluble substances with antioxidant effects. The most important naturally occurring compound with vitamin E activity for humans is alpha-tocopherol. Health…
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What is Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a collective term for a group of fat-soluble substances with antioxidant effects. The most important naturally occurring compound with vitamin E activity for humans is alpha-tocopherol.
Vitamin E can be taken from “natural” foods, foods enriched with vitamin E, and dietary supplements.
Healthy people should primarily cover their daily requirements by consuming natural, non-enriched foods. The absorption of vitamin E in the gastrointestinal tract is linked to the intake of fat and is between approx. 10 and 50%, depending on the dose taken.
Cosmetic products containing vitamin E or alpha-tocopheryl acetate are offered for the care and protection of the skin.
Natural foods rich in vitamin E
Vegetable oils such as wheat germ oil, sunflower oil, red palm oil and olive oil contain particularly high levels of vitamin E. For example, values of up to 19 g alpha-tocopherol/100 g oil were found in palm oil. Sunflower and olive oil have lower levels of alpha-tocopherol (below 50 mg/100 g oil). Nuts and almonds are high in alpha-tocopherol, but most people don’t consume them on a daily basis. Edible pine nuts contain about 1.2 g alpha-tocopherol/100 g pine nuts. Peca and cashew nuts show 10 to 30 times lower values.
Natural foods low in vitamin E
The natural vitamin E levels in fruit juices are usually low. With the exception of asparagus and spinach, fresh vegetables such as potatoes, peas, cucumbers have very low levels of vitamin E (less than 1 mg/100 g). Fruits such as cherries, apricots and peaches also contribute little to the vitamin E supply.
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just look at the healthcare budget of india and secondly they cant manage medical education look at the fees of mbbs and md in pvt colleges and every year court cases regarding reservations of all kinds in neet ug,pg and superspeciality
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Atleast now this idiot understood
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Modi ji apke voice thoda chala gya kya
Please stay healthy
We only want you and only you to be a prime minister
No Amit shah and no Yogi
Both are frauds only u r good
Japan : 85 yrs
Singapore : 84
India : 70
This reflects state of healthcare, pollution in general in India.
There is no Healthcare Infrastructure in India.
India has a shortage of MBBS doctors, MD & MS Specialists, Nurses, Hospital beds per thousand people.
Indian state and cetral govt spend very little of Healthcare.
People have to depend upon expensive private hospitals.
India does not have Universal Healthcare like NHS of UK.
Govt does not spend any money on R & D of new medicines.
Patients have to buy costly patented medicines for major illnesses.
Blood banks are in poor state.