The Benefits of Vitamin E

The Benefits of Vitamin E

The Benefits of Vitamin E

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so today we’re going to talk about the benefits of vitamin E okay make sure that when you’re actually getting about a mini supplement make sure it’s actually a food base make sure it has all the different things in the complex versus just a synthetic version alright so let’s talk about the benefits one of the biggest benefits of vitamin E is its ability to dissolve a fresh clot okay it actually prevents clotting which if not corrected can lead to a stroke so vitamin E helps keep the blood in the right consistency so it’s not too thick number two it decreases the need for oxygen in your tissues so if you’re deficient in vitamin E the need for oxygen goes way up and this is why it’s connected to angina chest pain heart attacks so if your vitamin D deficient you have a lot of problems with the vascular system you don’t have the healing that you need inside the artery you could get pain on the left arm because the heart cramps so the heart muscle needs vitamin E for oxygen and also all the muscles do so vitamin is really good to help keep your muscles in good shape to make sure they don’t cramp and make sure that they are strong vitamin E helps increase collateral circulation now what does that mean so let’s say for example you get a clogged artery your body will then regrow additional blood vessels around that artery that’s clogged so apparently you have some built-in backup system if you need it that your body will start to develop but vitamin E actually helps this process to keep the muscle filled with oxygen and blood flow number four vitamin E has the capacity to prevent infection so it’s good for the immune system it’s good for inflammation and it can even prevent gangrene but you have enough vitamin E in the system alright number five dilation of capillaries so vitamin E can actually increase capillary expansion and oxygen number six it helps heal burns alright number seven it can soften old scars so let’s say for example you have stretch marks or you had an old injury you can take vitamin E rub it into that scar and it breaks down the scar pretty cool number eight you can actually help prevent bedwetting so if your child is wetting your bed give them some vitamin E okay so now the question is what is the key food that depletes you of vitamin E and that would be refined grains okay refined carbohydrates now that leads me to the next point which is what foods will give me vitamin E the top of the list is wheat germ oil now this is interesting because when you consume the refined wheat it depletes you a vitamin E but if you consume the germ of that wheat berry that grain it gives you incredible amounts of vitamin E and that is because refined carbohydrates in the form of like wheat or other grains don’t have anymore vitamin E so when you consume them it actually caused your body to use up your vitamin E reserves leaving you high and dry so we trim oil is a good source sunflower seeds second best source of vitamin E okay number three almonds now what I’m doing right now is I’m actually making my own almond milk and it’s actually quite delicious it’s really simple you just soak the almonds overnight in water the next day about 24 hours later you drain them out you know you actually put them under water just get rid of all the enzyme inhibitors then what you do is you take these almonds that have been soaking they’re there now germinated which means they are ready to sprout but before that you’re gonna stick them in a blender add some water blend them up add a little tiny bit of sea salt a little bit of stevia with vanilla and you have yourself some amazing fresh almond milk it’s delicious and it’s loaded with vitamin E I’ll put a link down below of how to make it it’s real simple before the seeds and nuts if they’re raw have the vitamin E okay because if you cook them and roast them you destroy the vitamin E because vitamin E is sensitive to heat okay leafy greens thus the salads avocado has a good amount of vitamin E alright guys thanks for watching hey if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the benefits of vitamin E. Vitamin E helps the blood to the right consistency and not too thick. He also recommends that if you are getting a vitamin E supplements to make sure that it is food-based and has the complete vitamin E complex.

1. The ability to dissolve fresh clots or prevents clots – clotting if not corrected could lead to a stroke.
2. Decreases the need for oxygen in your tissue – Vitamin E helps keep the muscle in good shape and to make sure it is strong.
3. Increase collateral circulation (Angina, Leg Cramps) –
4. Prevents infections (Gangrene)
5. Dilation capillaries – Vitamin E can increase capillary expansion and oxygen
6. Healing burns
7. Softens old scars
8. Helps prevent bed wetting

Vitamin E Deficiency:
• Problems with vascular system
• Pain on the left arm
• No healing inside the artery
Foods that Depletes From Vitamin E:
• Refined Grains
• Refined Carbohydrates

Best Source of Vitamin E:
• Wheat Germ Oil
• Sunflower Seeds
• Almonds – Almond Milk:
• Nuts/Seeds
• Leafy Greens
• Avocado

So today we’re going to talk about the benefits of vitamin E. Make sure that when you’re actually getting a vitamin E supplement, make sure it is actually a food-based, make sure it has all the different things in the complex versus just the synthetic version. Let’s talk about the benefits. One of the biggest benefits of vitamin E is its ability to dissolve a fresh clot. It actually prevents clotting which if not corrected can lead to a stroke. Vitamin E helps keep the blood in the right consistency so it’s not too thick. Number two, it decreases the need for oxygen in your tissues, so if you’re deficient in vitamin E, the need for oxygen goes way up and this is why it’s connected to angina or chest pain, heart attacks. So if you’re vitamin E deficient, you have a lot of problems with the vascular system, you don’t have the healing that you need inside the artery, you could get pain on the left arm because the heart cramps. So the heart muscle needs vitamin E for oxygen and also all the muscles do. Vitamin E is really good to help keep your muscles in good shape, to make sure they don’t cramp and make sure that they are strong. Vitamin E helps increase collateral circulation. Now what does that mean, let’s say for example you get a clogged artery, your body will then regrow additional blood vessels around that artery that’s clogged. Apparently you have some built-in backup system if you need it that your body will start to develop. But vitamin E actually helps this process to keep the muscle filled with oxygen and blood flow. Number four, vitamin E has the capacity to prevent infection so it’s good for the immune system, it’s good for the inflammation and it can even prevent gangrene if you have enough vitamin E in the system. Number 5, dilation of capillaries, vitamin E can actually increase capillary expansion and oxygen. Number six, it helps heal burn. Number 7, it can soften old scars. Let’s say for example you have stretchmarks.

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