Vitamin E is important during your Pregnancy...1

Vitamin E is important during your Pregnancy...1

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Although vitamin E deficiency is rarely seen in healthy adults, for pregnant women, in sufficient dietary vitamin E (found in vegetable oils, nuts, cereals and some leafy green vegetables) may lead to complications such as pre-eclampsia and the baby being born small

1...  Can a pregnant woman need vitamin E?
Pregnancy: When used in the recommended daily amount, vitamin E is POSSIBLY SAFE for pregnant women. There has been some concern that taking vitamin E supplements might be harmful to the fetus when taken in early pregnancy. However, it is too soon to know if this is an important concern.

2...  Can vitamin E help to get pregnant?
So, by using a Vitamin E supplement, men can increase their fertilityVitamin E can help improve sperm mobility and quality, making it easier for a woman to get pregnant. ... It is true that most of Vitamin E's fertility research has been done on men, but that is not to say that there are no benefits for women as well!

3...    Why do pregnant women need vitamin E?
With its antioxidant properties, one of vitamin E's main functions is protecting cell membranes, which helps to maintain the structure of cells throughout the body With your baby's cells multiplying at an astounding rate, vitamin E is an important nutrient to include in your pregnancy diet.

4...    How much vitamin E does a pregnant woman need?
For adults older than 18 years, pregnant women, and breastfeeding women, the maximum dose is 1,000 milligrams daily (or 1,500 IU). For age-related macular degeneration, 30 milligrams to 500-600 IU of vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) has been taken by mouth daily for 4-8 years.


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