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When it comes to our health, vitamin E plays a critical role. It prevents oxidative damage, neurological problems, anemia, and viral infections by protecting cell membranes, red blood cells, and nerve cells. It also boosts immunity and protects against free radical damage. Another significant advantage of Vitamin E is that it aids fertility.
Here are ways Vitamin E boosts fertility
1 It causes the uterine lining to thicken
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Infertility in women can be caused by a thin uterine lining. consuming close to 600 mg of Vitamin E every day increases blood flow in the radial artery, which increases the thickness of the uterine lining.
2 Aids in the treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
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PCOS is a common illness that affects about one in ten women. This syndrome results in a hormonal imbalance and a slowed metabolism which affects fertility. However, including Vitamin E in your diet can help regulate the hormones and eradicate PCOS symptoms.
3 Protects the amniotic sac
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The amniotic sac is what protects the fetus in the womb. Vitamin E helps to strengthen the membranes, reducing the risk of an amniotic sac rupture.
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