Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin. Fat-soluble vitamins can be stored in the body for months and even years. They are stored in the liver and do not need to be eaten in large amounts.
- Protecting the body; it is an antioxidant.
- Forming red blood cells.
- Egg yolk, nuts, cereals and cereal products, soya, seeds, olive oil, sunflower oil.
A deficiency of vitamin E is rare.
Too much vitamin E causes a loss of appetite.
Dietary Reference Value (DRV):
The amount of vitamin E required each day is measured in milligrams.
- 4 milligrams a day for men.
- 3 milligrams a day for women.