Where Does Vitamin E Come from?

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Vitamin E can be found abundantly in a number of sources including mustard greens, almonds, cayenne pepper, bell peppers, sunflower seeds and asparagus. Vitamin E may play a major role in the prevention of diseases such as diabetes, acne, asthma, gout and breast cancers among others.
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Vitamin E can be found naturally in wheat germ oil, almonds, sunflower seeds, sunflowers, safflower oil, hazelnuts, peanuts, corn oil, spinach, broccoli, soybean oil, kiwi, and mangoes
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Natural sources of vitamin E include vegetable oils, nuts, seeds, whole grains and dark green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E oil is made from alpha-tocopherol, which is blended with
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Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin created from eight antioxidant compounds. The compounds are usually mixed with an oil to create common vitamin E oil. This oil is then put into
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There are no known actual diseases, it seems that the Vitamin E plays a role in many healthy functions of the body, so it is hard to pick out just one disease, thought it may be related
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