Vitamin E Improves Immune Function to Tackle Disease

5 August 2020

Boost Immunity to Protect Yourself from Disease

The coronavirus pandemic continues to extend its influence. According to data as of 17 July 2020, 213 countries and territories around the world have reported a total of 139,816,23 confirmed cases of the coronavirus COVID-19, and a death toll of 593,352 deaths. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to extend shutdowns, quarantines and social distancing measures -- many people are wondering how to keep themselves well. You know that social distancing, working from home and staying inside in general is one way to protect yourself -- but are there other measures you can take? Boosting your immune system is one of the best things you can do because it is your body's key defense when it comes to fighting a virus. Even if you are exposed to a virus, the coronavirus or others, if your immune system is strong, you have a better chance of not getting sick. We’ve talked about the role of vitamin C and vitamin D in immunity enhancement. Another vitamin also plays a crucial role in immunity enhancement. This vitamin is vitamin E.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E, a potent fat-soluble antioxidant with anti-inflammatory propertities, found in higher concentration in immune cells compared to other cells in blood, is one of the most effective nutrients known to helps support the immune system. Vitamin E deficiency has been demonstrated to impair normal functions of the immune system in animals and humans, which can be corrected by vitamin E repletion. Although deficiency is rare, vitamin E supplementation above current dietary recommendations has been shown to enhance the function of the immune system and reduce risk of infection, particularly in older individuals.

How Does Vitamin E Regulate Immune Response?

Free radicals can cause unwanted damage to cells in your body if their levels are too high. This can negatively affect your immune system, leaving you prone to illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer, all of which can increase your risk of contracting COVID-19. One way to reduce free radical presence in your body is by taking various antioxidants. Antioxidants help prevent or slow down cell damage caused by free radicals while indirectly aiding in immune function.

One of these antioxidants is vitamin E, a vitamin that dissolves in fat. This means that it can be stored in your body and used when needed. The mechanisms responsible for the effect of vitamin E on the immune system and inflammation have been explored in cell-based, pre-clinical and clinical intervention studies. Vitamin E modulates T cell function through directly impacting T cell membrane integrity, signal transduction, and cell division, and also indirectly by affecting inflammatory mediators generated from other immune cells. Modulation of immune function by vitamin E has clinical relevance as it affects host susceptibility to infectious diseases such as respiratory infections, in addition to allergic diseases such as asthma. Studies examining the role of vitamin E in the immune system have typically focused on α-tocopherol; however, emerging evidence suggests that other forms of vitamin E, including other tocopherols as well as tocotrienols, may also have potent immunomodulatory functions.

Where to Find High Quality Vitamin E?

 Kangcare Bioindustry Co., Ltd is a bio-science technology based company in the global market with a team of specialists, who focuses on developing and marketing innovative and proven bioactive ingredients, and delivering science-based health and beauty solutions to customers. Kangcare can also provide designation and optimization of formulations according to customers’ requirements and do contract manufacturing of supplements. Kangcare possesses vitamin E with its own trademark TocobestTM Vitamin E Series. Here are the specifications:

TocobestTM Vitamin E Series                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

?Natural (Have passed ECOCERT organic certification)

Mixed Tocopherols

D-alpha-Tocopherol

D-alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate

D-alpha-Tocopheryl Succinate

TPGS(Tocofersolan)

 

?Synthetic

DL-alpha-Tocopherol

DL-alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate

 

What’s Special About Kangcare’s Vitamin E?

?Natural vitamin E is organic certified.

?Mixed Tocopherols is derived from Non GMO soybean oil.

?D-alpha-Tocopherol has a high biological activity.

?Tocopherol powder can be water dispersible if requested.

? Tocopheryl Acetate CWS powder has a good fluidity, and can be dispersible in water.

? Tocopheryl succinate (Natural) has a high melting point; Good stability, anti-moisture-absorption and anti-microbial; Tasteless and odorless, can be used into chewable tablet with a variety of tastes.

?Soluble vitamin E TPGS (Natural) can be soluble completely in water, has high bioavailability, good emulsifier with large range of viscosity, can be absorbed by body easily, stable in high temperature (around 200 ?) and in condition of pH>3.

 

Vitamin E has a broad development space in the treatment or prevention of colds, autoimmune diseases, and delaying aging. Kangcare Bioindustry Co., Ltd is one of the world’s leading producers of vitamin E for dietary, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries. We are dedicated to research and development of vitamin E materials and applications for the future of healthcare.



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