Vitamin E is an antioxidant and has a beautiful whitening effect. It is okay to eat a little in moderation, but not to overdose for a long time. Long-term use of vitamin E is not only unnecessary, but can also cause side effects, so long-term use is not recommended.
Who is not suitable for vitamin E?
People with diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis are not suitable for taking vitamin E.
What are the dangers of vitamin E overdose?
In recent years, more and more people regard vitamin E as a beneficial and harmless anti-aging drug, but they do not know enough about the possible side effects of taking vitamin E in large doses(with a daily dose of more than 100-200 mg). Long-term use of large doses of vitamin E can cause a variety of abnormalities, such as hormone metabolism disorders, decreased blood coagulation, decreased immune function, elevated cholesterol levels, decreased immune function, and increased platelets.