Vitamin E required to have Healthy child

Vitamin E required to have Healthy child

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Vitamin E required to have Healthy child
Posted in 2013

Vitamin E:::Vitamin E was originally named “Fertility Factor X” in 1922 because rats could not reproduce without it. Two years later, researchers dubbed it “tocopherol” from the Greek τόκος (tokos), meaning “childbirth,” and φερειν (ferein), meaning “to bring forth.” Its precise role in rat fertility remains unclear and scientists have yet to conclusively demonstrate its essentiality to human reproduction.
Mice lacking the gene for the protein that transports vitamin E across the placenta conceive offspring that die within 11 to 15 days. The nutritional transport system of the placenta is observably malformed by the ninth day. The human placenta makes the same protein, so the role of vitamin E in constructing the nutritional transport system of the human placenta is probably similar. Vitamin E, then—despite the lack of published proof—is almost certainly essential to human reproduction.
Vitamin E is essential to transport various proteins to different parts of the body. Without Vitamin E our body parts will not receive proteins as needed.
It is available in your healthy food...

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1...Benefits of Vitamin E in your pregnancy as under

Vitamin E and pregnancy are interlinked to each other. An adequate amount of Vitamin E is beneficial for you and your child.
  • Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and protects the body tissues from free radicals. These free radicals can harm your cells, organs and tissues.
  • Vitamin E helps in the production of prostaglandins, which are chemicals whose role is to reduce the amount of prolactin production. Prolactin is the reason for physical and emotional symptoms of PMT. Prolactin is a hormone that increases at the time you are ovulating. Vitamin E helps your body to balance the level of prolactin which in turn aids the female reproductive system to function well.
  • Vitamin E maintains the structure of fats (lipids) in your body.
  • It also helps in protection against viruses and bacteria by strengthening the immune system.
  • It helps widen your blood vessels preventing clotting of blood inside the vessels.
  • Vitamin E helps in the formation of RBC (Red Blood Cells)
  • It is really good to have vitamin E oil for stretch marks during pregnancy.
  • Vitamin E enables your body so that it can make use of Vitamin K.
  • Vitamin E is used by the cells in your body to interact with each other and carry out a variety of important functions with coordination.
  • Vitamin E helps to reduce the chances of a miscarriage if consumed in the early stages of pregnancy
2...  Vitamin E is required to protect your self and your child..  Vitamin E is required limited quantity and is  available in your food...  Eat healthy food and get Vitamin E

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