Quiz: Vitamin E: The Skin Benefits Quiz
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Vitamin E: The Skin Benefits Quiz
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Antioxidants, like vitamin E, prevent cellular damage from occurring in your skin. How else does vitamin E benefit your skin?

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What is vitamin E’s effect on the skin?

Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant that repairs and protects the skin.

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Free radicals are atoms with an uneven number of ______.

Free radicals have an uneven number of electrons. When they form inside your body, they steal electrons from some of the healthy cells that make up your skin.

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How often does your body produce vitamin E?

This was a trick question! Your body can’t produce vitamin E.

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Vitamin E can NOT help prevent which of the following?

Vitamin E can help prevent damage to your DNA and premature aging, but not heart failure.

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What percentage of your daily allowance of vitamin E will an ounce of peanuts offer?

An ounce of peanuts gives you 11 percent of your daily vitamin E allowance.

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Which of these foods contains vitamin E?

Vitamin E is found in many nuts, fruits and vegetables.

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How much of vitamin E is needed every day?

According to the National Institutes of Health, an adult needs 15 milligrams of vitamin E daily.

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Wheat germ oil is very rich in vitamin E. In fact you'll get more than 100 percent of your daily allowance with this much:

One tablespoon of wheat germ oil will give you 24.6 milligrams of vitamin E -- way more than 100 percent of your recommended daily allowance.

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What percentage of your daily allowance of vitamin E will one sweet potato provide?

One sweet potato can give you 40 percent of your daily allowance of vitamin E.

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Taking vitamin E long-term can reduce what health problem?

Taking vitamin E regularly can reduce sunburn inflammation.

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