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Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin and an important antioxidant; it is essential for many systems in the body to function normally. Regulation of Vitamin E levels in your body is partly determined by your genetics. In this category, we look at the genes involved in transporting vitamin E around the bloodstream and in breaking it down. Here you will learn whether your genes predispose you to high or low vitamin E levels. Lower levels can be corrected by optimising your diet, and if you need a higher intake we have a list of foods high in vitamin E to include in your diet on a regular basis. Since vitamin E is found in readily available fat-rich foods, and is best absorbed when eaten together with fat, a few simple changes is all you need to ensure that you are getting enough in your diet