Friday, September 25, 2009

Vitamin E and pregnancy

Vitamin E not only seems to help women conceive, it also is important for a healthy pregnancy. Vitamin E is an important vitamin during pregnancy because it helps metabolize fats and helps build muscles and red-blood cells. This vitamin also important in the development of the heart, to help get oxygen to cells and to protect RNA and DNA from damage that could cause congenital defects in the baby.

Vitamin E is found in milk, vegetables, liver, rice, and bran. It is important to consult with your physician to get the best advice about Vitamin E requirement during pregnancy.

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