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Vitamin E functions solely as a membrane-bound antioxidant that prevents cell membrane damage, increases the bioavailability of vitamin A by inhibiting its intestinal oxidation, is important in the formation of red blood cells and helps the body to use vitamin K, plays a key role in preventing cellular injury from oxidative stress associated with premature aging, cataracts, uncontrolled diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and infection
Daily requirement in males – 30 mg/day or 12-15 IU/day
Daily requirement in females–25-30 mg/day or 10-12 IU/day
In pregnancy +5mg
In lactation +5mg
Deficiency of vitamin E leads to: anemia (haemoglobin deficiency), nocturnal muscle cramp and infertility.
Plant sources: Vegetable Oils (Canola, Corn, Sunflower, Soybean, Cottonseed), Nuts (Almonds, Peanuts, Hazel Nuts), Seeds, Spinach, Whole Grains, Wheat, Lettuce, Maize, Peas, Germinating Cereals, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Grapes, Avocado, Oats
Animal Sources: Meat, Liver, Poultry, Egg Yolk, Milk, Butter