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Vitamin E Capsules are a vital nutrient that supports healthy immune system and promotes healthy car.....

In Stock 2% off True Elements Roots Californian Jumbo Almonds 500gm Quick View
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Almonds are popularly known as 'Badam'. Almonds are a wonderfully delicious nut with a crunchin.....

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Almonds are popularly known as 'Badam'. Almonds are a wonderfully delicious nut with a crunchin.....

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Sunflower seeds is a mild nutty flavored, health promoting snack that can be consumed directly as a .....

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True Elements Raw Sunflower Seeds will make your food a little tastier and healthier. These seeds ar.....

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True Elements Raw Sunflower Seeds will make your food a little tastier and healthier. These seeds ar.....

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True Elements Pumpkin Seeds also known as pepitas are excellent snacks to be added to your diet.....

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True Elements Pumpkin Seeds also known as pepitas are excellent snacks to be added to your diet.....

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Hazelnuts, also known as filbert nuts are marble sized super foods packed with a nutritional punch. .....

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Being good source of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, Pine nuts are a healthy engagement boosting i.....

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Amla or the Indian gooseberry is a fruit which has been placed in the category of super foods by nut.....

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Sunflower seeds are not much used in the kitchens but if you are looking for a healthy alternative, .....

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Inlife Wheat germ oil with vitamin E is an excellent combination for health and beauty. Vitamin E is.....

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Vitamin E, also known as tocopherol, is a fat-soluble vitamin which plays the role of an anti-oxidant in the body. Even though it is found in various naturally occurring food sources, it has also become popular as a supplement in recent times because of the various health benefits that it offers for health and well-being.

It is an extremely powerful nutrient, which is required to protect cells and tissues from damage caused from free radicals and toxins such as harmful cells in your body or even air pollutants. It is a necessary vitamin to ensure smooth functioning of muscles, which maintain healthy skeletal and cardiac structure. It helps to strengthen the capillary walls in your skin and to improve moisture and elasticity, acting as a natural anti-ageing nutrient within your body. It also assists in the formation of red blood cells and helps to maintain stores of vitamins A and K, iron, and selenium. It may slow down the worsening of memory loss and functional decline in people with moderately severe Alzheimer’s disease. Overall, This vitamin improves physical endurance and muscle strength as it eliminates fatigue by strengthening capillary walls to promote more blood circulation.

The recommended daily dose of Vitamin E intake should be around 15mg for adults, including pregnant women, and around 19mg for breastfeeding women. Even though deficiency of this mineral is quite uncommon, premature and low-weight babies are more vulnerable to its deficit. Symptoms of a vitamin E deficiency include greasy stools, chronic diarrhea, an inability to secrete bile, impairment of immune response, anemia ataxia, nerve damage and peripheral neuro problems.

Good vitamin E food sources include sunflower seeds, vegetable oils, avocados, spinach, tomatoes, wheat germ, nuts (almonds, hazelnuts), and whole grains. Other foods that contain significant amounts of this component are soybeans, uncooked green peas, asparagus, kale, cucumber, and celery. It is often said that the benefits of this nutrient are lost when the sources are cooked, so it is necessary that you consume the plant produce in a raw and fresh form.

Our category of Vitamin E rich foods include hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, sunflower oil and a varied range of nuts like almonds and peanuts. We also have certain Vitamin E supplements that ensure a proper quantity of this important nutrient is supplied to your body.

Thus, an adequate amount of this will keep several bad health conditions away and will enhance the overall physical strength and immunity of your body.