Taking care of your skin should be an essential part of your health regimen. Vitamin E is very powerful antioxidant that neutralizes the free radicals that cause tissue & cell damage,acts as an antioxidant to delay degenerative diseases,decreases the risk of some cancers such as prostate & bladder cancer,slows cellular aging due to oxidation (anti-aging),boosts the body’s immune system function, works in synergy with vitamin A to protect lungs from pollution,helps protect skin from ultraviolet radiation & sun damage & lowers the risk of skin cancer.
In some ways, it almost now seems a misnomer to describe vitamin D as a vitamin, its structure and function seem to have more in common with a steroid hormone A steroid hormone which we can not manufacture, but which is so essential to good health that it is not merely obtained, in varying amounts through diet, but is also, the only essential molecule, produced in the skin through exposure to direct sunlight.
Basically, the B6 vitamin is essential for converting the proteins that are consumed into proteins that the body needs and also for converting the carbohydrates from the form that they are stored in the body to a form that can be used for extra energy.
It is needed to support all of the epithelial (skin) cells both internally and externally and is a powerful aid in fighting skin cancer Vitamin is needed to form glycoproteins, a combination of sugar and protein, which help the cells bind together forming soft tissues.
Vitamins are essential for our ongoing good health, and are most effective when consumed in fresh natural foods We are often bombarded by mention of this or that vitamin and may need a reminder as to what each vitamin actually does within these wondrous bodies of ours!