Which vitamins we all are missing out?

There’s not a single day when the media doesn’t yell about the discovery of a new Vitamin, omega 3 fatty acids and calcium. However, no one actually gives real attention to vitamin E. According to a study, almost 70% of individuals in the age between 25 to 30 years and 90% of individuals in the age between 15 to 20 years do not get enough vitamins. They only get vitamin E through food.

Which vitamins we all are missing out?

Which vitamins we all are missing out?

Vitamin E is a real antioxidant and we know that individuals mostly miss out this vitamin. When the levels of vitamin E are inadequate they normally create infertility and it is during the age of twenty and thirty. It is essential for those who are hoping to have a baby soon.

To keep your immune system highly strong then your body needs vitamin E. Vitamin E is essential element which saves you from the bacteria of flu. During the season of winter, you found everyone sneezing and sniffing all around you and vitamin E saves you from this.

Most of the researcher suggested that Vitamin E plays an active role in protecting you from severe health issues like cognitive decline, cancers and heart diseases. However, these studies were performed by scientists who were working for an organization that produces nutritional products.

That’s why we can’t say that these researches are 100% true. These researchers collected the data for their nutritional product from the Nutrition and national health examination survey which is a strong source and we can’t easily argue with them.

Furthermore, still everyone is not convinced that inadequacy of vitamin E is a large issue. According to Keri Gens who is the author of “Small change diet” ,On daily basis, an average adult require 15 mg of vitamin E.

This vitamin is easily found in seeds, nuts, vegetable oils and leafy greens such as safflower oil and sunflower.

She additionally said that, you are actually not having an extra processed diet and you are just covering your food bases.

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Updated: April 16, 2019 — 9:35 am