If you are interested in introducing more valuable nutrition to your diet, you will find that vitamin E is a great choice.
Not only is this a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a major role in the body as an antioxidant, but it also helps to prevent damage to certain fats that are crucial for health.
A vitamin E deficiency is rare, except for the case in infants or in people who have fat absorption issues, which are common for those that are dealing with inflammatory bowel disease.
The deficiency symptoms can include impaired vision, loss of muscle coordination, and speech issues.
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