How Effectively Treat A Vitamin E Deficiency

Consume More Vegetables With Vitamin E

Vitamin E is widespread throughout multiple foods, so patients may wish to start introducing more vegetables with vitamin E to their diet. Their body should absorb the nutrients and begin to rebalance itself. A raw red sweet pepper has about thirteen percent of an individual's overall daily serving of vitamin E. Raw turnip greens also provide a decent chunk of vitamin E. Other raw vegetables with vitamin E include spinach, collards, and swiss chard. Several cooked vegetables have large vitamin E servings, and these are easy to add to a dinner. 

Individuals can cook mustard greens, broccoli, butternut squash, beet greens, and asparagus to increase their daily vitamin E. Of course, individuals with vitamin E deficiencies may have deficiencies of other vitamins if their digestive system doesn't absorb nutrients properly. Vegetables are good for a variety of deficiencies since they have many of the vitamins necessary for healthy functioning.

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