Are You Getting Enough Vitamin E for Your Immune System?

Vitamin E is often thought of as the vitamin that benefits our skin. As an antioxidant, it helps protect our bodies from damaging free radicals that we’re exposed to from pollution to damaging UV sunlight. Vitamin E is also thought of as the vitamin that helps protect against heart disease.

But did you know that Vitamin E is also important for our immune system? We always need to fortify our immune system, especially during a pandemic. A strong immune system can help ward off invading bacteria and viruses. A deficiency in Vitamin E impairs normal functions of the immune system. According to NIH reports, Vitamin E reduces the risk of infectious diseases, such as respiratory infections.

When it comes to cancer, studies show higher doses of Vitamin E in women can decrease the risk of colon cancer and breast cancer. Studies have also shown Vitamin E can help slow the progression of cataract formation. There’s also promising data that combining Vitamin E with other antioxidants, zinc and copper can also slow the progression of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

Vitamin E is naturally found in nuts like almonds, seeds, avocados and vegetable oils such as wheat germ oil.

Taking a supplement is the easiest way to ensure getting the recommended daily dosage. Instead of a capsule that can be harder to digest, Orasana has made it easy  – just 5 drops of our Enhanced Absorption Vitamin E provides the daily dose of this essential antioxidant.

With the importance of using natural ingredients, Orasana mixes natural (not synthetic) Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acetate) in sesame oil, since it’s a fat-soluble vitamin. Orasana’s Enhanced Absorption Vitamin E is also an emulsified gel, so it’s easy to absorb, even for people who have malabsorption issues. It is also vegan

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