Role of Vitamin E in your Pregnancy

Role of Vitamin E in your Pregnancy

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Role of Vitamin E in your Pregnancy
Posted in 2014

  • itamin E (Tocopherol) has a variety of important functions. It protects the body’s tissues against free radicals, as an antioxidant. Free radicals can harm your organs, tissues and cells.
  • Vitamin E is also important in reproduction. This is because it helps to produce prostaglandins, which are chemicals whose function are to reduce the amount of prolactin that you produce. Prolactin is a hormone which increases at the time that you are ovulating, and it can also be blamed to some extent for the emotional and physical symptoms of PMT. Vitamin E can aid your body to maintain balanced levels of prolactin which in turn helps your female reproductive system to be balanced and functioning well.
  • It maintains structure of facts (lipids) in your body.
  • The cells in your body use vitamin E so that they can interact with each other, which enables them to carry out a variety of important functions.
  • This vitamin is also vital for a strong immune system, to protect you against bacteria and viruses.
  • It also plays an important role in the formation of your red blood cells.
  • Additionally it helps your body to be able to use vitamin K.
  • Vitamin E helps your blood vessels to widen, which in turn keeps blood from clotting inside the vessels.

My advise
2... I suggest every couple to avoid defective births
3... Note the above benefits and protect your health & avoid health problem to your child

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