FOOD SOURCES:Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin which means it is found mostly in foods containing fat such as wheat germ, olive oil, rapeseed oil, seeds and nuts and avocados.
Being fat soluble, vitamin E is stored in our fatty tissues and organs such as the liver.
Vitamin E is powerful antioxidant that helps prevent fats from oxidising and maintains healthy cell membranes.
Additionally, vitamin E has anti-inflammatory properties and plays an important role in sperm motility.
Red blood cells life span depends on good vitamin E levels.
Vitamin E deficiency may lead to haemolytic anaemia (caused by the abnormal breakdown of red blood cells), low male fertility and easy bruising. Vitamin C helps recycle vitamin E.