FES­TIVE VI­TA­MIN MATHS

The foods that add up to your rec­om­mended daily amount

Daily Mail - - Good Health -

VI­TA­MIN E is an an­tiox­i­dant, which means it helps to neu­tralise harm­ful mol­e­cules known as free rad­i­cals, which could dam­age cells.

Get­ting enough of this vi­ta­min is im­por­tant for main­tain­ing healthy skin and eyes, and to strengthen the im­mune sys­tem.

Other good sources of vi­ta­min E in­clude av­o­ca­dos, black­ber­ries and pine nuts.

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