It’s commonly known that vitamin E offers excellent protection for skin against UV damage, vitamin E tends to allow reactive molecules to strike the cell, without causing damage. When used both externally and internally this vitamin offers the same amount of protection.

Aside from the skin, vitamin E has a major impact on male infertility. Men who suffer from infertility have shown high numbers of free radicals in their sperm. Given that Vitamin E is an antioxidant, it could have neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals. Vitamin E offers protection for sperm cell membranes and increases motility, making sperm better able to travel to the uterus.

Vitamin E helps the body with the production of sperm; if there is a lack of vitamin E the body can’t produce the necessary hormones and enzymes needed to successfully produce sperm. Increasing vitamin E could double the potency of sperm.

Found in green vegetables, nuts and seeds. Vitamin E is easily obtained through diet and supplements.  Once again Fertile Aid conveniently has 333% or the recommended daily intake.

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