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1. what is the role of vitamin E in the skin?
Vitamin E is also called tocopherol. The vitamin takes over numerous processes in the human organism such as protection against free radicals and oxidative stress. Vitamin E is especially important for the skin. Vitamin E protects the skin so that no aggressive molecules can damage the skin. Otherwise, skin lipids, proteins and cell membranes would be destroyed. As a result, the skin is weakened and wrinkles appear. Vitamin E also moisturizes the skin. This can be stored for a long time and is very effective especially for the winter months.
2. the daily requirement of vitamin E
The German Nutrition Society (DGE) recommends a daily dose of 12-15 mg of vitamin E for adults. For young children, the recommended amounts of vitamin E are lower. However, the daily dose increases if you do a lot of sports and are very active. The recommended daily intake of vitamin E for pregnant and lactating women is about.17 mg. In general, the daily vitamin E intake depends on many different factors: Age, gender, weight, height and metabolic situation.
How do I recognize a vitamin E deficiency?
Vitamin E deficiency can be caused by many different reasons. The most common cause is an unhealthy and one-sided diet. If no vitamins and minerals are consumed, no vitamin E can be absorbed, which can quickly lead to an undersupply. Frequently, a disturbed fat absorption in the intestine can also be the trigger. If fat absorption no longer functions, the intestine can no longer absorb the fat-soluble vitamin E and, above all, cannot utilize it. The disturbance of fat absorption can lead to intestinal diseases, chronic dysfunction of the pancreas and deficiency of bile acids. With an increased vitamin E requirement, the risk of a deficiency supply is greatly increased. This refers to pregnancy and lactation, when the baby must also be supplied.
4.Vitamin E in the form of dietary supplements
Anyone who wants to increase a vitamin E level that is too low with a dietary supplement should definitely pay attention to the form of the active ingredient and its origin. Vitamin E capsules are particularly suitable for increasing the vitamin E value. They are very well tolerated and are utilized by the body to a high degree. Likewise, the preparation should not contain any chemical additives such as microcrystalline cellulose. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
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5. conclusion: What role does vitamin E play in the skin?
Vitamin E protects the skin from damage. These could injure, dry out and damage the skin. For this reason, you should take vitamin E daily through a healthy and balanced diet. It is recommended to take vitamin E in the form of dietary supplements. You can choose between vitamin E capsules and vitamin E tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly.
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