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70% of all Americans are deficient in Vitamin E. And you might be surprised to know just how important Vitamin E is to our health. In this episode, learn:

--Why natural Vitamin E is far more effective than synthetic Vitamin E. And the several different forms of Vitamin E.

--How infertility issues are often connected to low vitamin E. And how Vitamin E levels can impact a woman's chances for miscarriage.

--The importance of Vitamin E for the heart, including: arrhythmia, oxygenation of the heart, congestive heart failure, cardiomyopathy, and the prevention of arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis.

--Why Vitamin E is one of the best things for venous thrombosis and varicose veins.

--How Vitamin E is very important for cellular repair and helps with cuts, burns, or any damage to the skin (including liver or age spots).

--How Vitamin E is important in the prevention of Cancer by prohibiting tumor growth.

--Why macular degeneration and cataracts are caused by a Vitamin E deficiency. Plus, the help Vitamin E can provide to diabetic patients.

--The reason why Dr. Prather is not a fan of multivitamins and aren't something he usually recommends.

--How Vitamin E is a "big time" help for neurological issues (like Parkinson's, neuropathy, neuralgia, Multiple Sclerosis) and is "better than pharmaceuticals" for the prevention of degeneration in Alzheimer's patients.

--Why Vitamin E is considered the vitamin for Muscular Dystrophy.



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