What Vitamin E brings to the table #Evion

Two words: free radicals. 
The key to understanding the importance of Vitamin E lies in understanding the role of free radicals in your body.

Now normally, you and I tend to smile whenever we hear the word 'free' whether it is describing a product available in the market or our own mental state after an exam. Unfortunately the same happiness does not apply when talking about free radicals.



What are free radicals?

While they are formed by natural body processes within you, free radicals tend to break down and damage the normal cells in your body to make up for their own unstable molecule, thus shortening the life span of normal cells. 
You need anti-oxidants that donate their own electrons to free radicals and thus make them stable again. 

While they are formed by natural body processes within you, free radicals tend to break down and damage the normal cells in your body to make up for their own unstable molecule, thus shortening the life span of normal cells.

And guess who is a natural anti-oxidant? Yes, Vitamin E! 

Fat soluble so your body can store it and use when necessary, Vitamin E is available both in your natural diet and also in supplements (India's top Vitamin E dietary supplement is #Evion)

Organs affected because of these free radicals vary from the more visible (skin, vision and hair loss) to the far more insidious (brain cells, hormonal imbalances and the heart). This can manifest as premature aging, wrinkles, heart disease, balding and even Alzheimer's.  



Vitamin E is your policeman-to-the-rescue.

Seriously, the vitamin surfs through your body, neutralizing the effects of free radicals. Thus, you actually find the signs of premature aging and hair issues slowly getting reversed with the daily application of Vitamin E.

A fun aspect of these Evion supplements is that you can actually use it in so many ways: creams, tablets and capsules. You can choose any of these options:

  1. Apply a cream containing Vitamin E and aloe vera over your body for healthy, moisturized skin.
  2. Vitamin E- aloe vera based creams also come in handy if you are worried about stretch marks following pregnancy, weight loss & gain or want a smooth flawless complexion.
  3. Vitamin E stimulates production of collagen and is thus a good option if you are suffering from sun burns too.
  4. Hair oils containing Vitamin E is a great way to prevent premature graying of hair.
  5. Applying Vitamin E oil directly to chapped lips for a luscious, soft feel again.
  6. The same funda applies to cracked feet where you apply it directly on to the cracked heels.

Yes, you can get your daily dose from a good diet, if you choose well from the food items mentioned below. 


I personally get my dose of Vitamin E from easily available, tasty food options that include shrimp, spinach, mangoes, red bell peppers, almonds and broccoli. 

The advantage of supplements like Evion is of course, being able to ensure you have the right amount in your body while also being able to apply it over specific 'concern areas' of your body.

So take a healthy decision and choose to add Vitamin E in your diet. You will be surprised by the transformation that occurs, both within your body and on your skin as well. 


20 Comments

  1. Vitamin E had so many benefits was something I was not aware of. I’m on it to help with greys and other benefits.

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  2. I so loved the image you shared here to explain the concept of free radicals! Will sure increase the component of Vit E in my family's diet.

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  3. I just used vitamin e tablets in my hair pack today and somehow ended up here reading your post. Thanks for this sharing of information, Doc.

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  4. Wow, In depth information about the benefits have made this post a "do not miss" post. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. To me, free radicals sounded like radicals (radical forces) let out free on the loose. However, this was an informative post and the image showing the sources and benefits was the most useful.

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  6. I used to think of Vit E as only the saviour for our skin and hair...turns out it does a lot more than that! Thank you for this informative and easy to understand post, Roshan.

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  7. Loved your post Roshan. The wonders vitamin E did to my hairloss nightmare. I have heard its good to use as a supplement for skin as a daily routine.

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  8. Oh I LOVE this post, Roshan. Especially that cute graphic in the beginning to help explain the role of Vitamin E :D Even a child can understand it.

    I've used Evion during pregnancy and it helped to some extent with stretch marks, but not made a conscious effort after that. Need to study up a bit more on the health aspect and see if I am incorporating enough in my daily intake.

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  9. love the infographics in your post doc and the easy explanations of the medicinal part of this miracle booster is easy to absorb too! Thanks for such an interesting share.

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  10. Oft overlooked yet such a vital part of nutrition that affects overall well-being. The post beautifully explains the importance of vit E and emphasizes how easily it can be incorporated in our lifestyle.

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  11. I take almonds early in the morning before my daily walk. I hope that adds to my daily requirement of vitamin E

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  12. This is such a detailed and yet simple post on Vitamin E and its benefits and sources. Loved the infographic you made.

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  13. Vitamin E has a wide ranging benefits.You made this post super interesting to read.

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  14. Vitamin deficiency can leads to many serious illness. And India Nutritional requirement is always overlooked. Thanks for sharing valueable info. Very useful

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  15. Vitamin E is great to restore the damage from free radical on skin hair predominantly. Evion supplements support your body to fight the fire radical damage. Thanks for sharing

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  16. You should be a pediatrician too, you know! You'll have kids eating veggies out of your hands :)

    While this is a post conveying such important information, it is so delightful to see the way you have explained things. I use vitamin E capsules regularly. Just to moisturize or in my hair. It works wonders! But the best way to get it is through food. Healthy and delicious! What's to complain!

    Awesome post, Doc! Think about being that pediatrician though ;)

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  17. Your diagram explained it all so well. Here's to Vitamin E and good health.

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  18. Loved your free radical diagram. And your explanation about importance of vit E. I too get my vit E from vegetables and nuts.

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  19. I am not saying I have the best skin of all. I do get occasional breakouts. But considering my daily routine (driving more than one hour every day on a two-wheeler in Bangalore traffic and pollution), I can safely say that I have good skin. You can find so many DIY masks and scrubs to give your self-luxury treatment.

    Again, all this is not magical solution for skin and hair problems although we do expect magic. Everyone is different and underlying cause of problems can also be different. So please don’t expect that over night everything will change, if that was the case then no one would ever have bad skin and no one will lose hair. But having proper E should help improve the nourishment.

    Thanks for the article; its really helpful and informative.

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  20. Thank you so much for this informative post. I just found it helpful.

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