Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Vitamin E in Health and Disease

Interactions, Diseases and Health Aspects

Edited by Pınar Erkekoglu

Hacettepe University

Co-editor:

Júlia Scherer Santos

Federal University of Juiz de Fora

Vitamin E is a group of fat-soluble compounds found in a wide variety of foods. Daily requirements of vitamin E can be met with a balanced diet. High-dose supplementation may be hazardous rather than beneficial. Vitamin E serves as an antioxidant, participates in anti-inflammatory processes, inhibits platelet aggregation, and enhances immunity. Vitamin E supplementation can be beneficial against coronary artery disease, eye disorders, cognitive decline, cancer, and skin aging. This book will mainly focus on the diverse functions of vitamin E, importance of vitamin E status to provide a healthy lifespan, and the interaction between vitamin E and several pathological conditions. Readers will receive a general overview of the importance of vitamin E in health and different pathological conditions.

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Vitamin E in Health and DiseaseInteractions, Diseases and Health AspectsEdited by Pınar Erkekoglu

Published: October 6th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87564

ISBN: 978-1-83968-838-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-837-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-839-3

Copyright year: 2021

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1. Vitamin E in Human Skin: Functionality and Topical Products

By Claudineia Aparecida Sales de Oliveira Pinto, Tércio Elyan Azevedo Martins, Renata Miliani Martinez, Thamires Batello Freire, Maria Valéria Robles Velasco and André Rolim Baby

127

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2. Pharmaceutical Applications of Vitamin E TPGS

By Adnan M. Jasim and Mohammed J. Jawad

56

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3. Vitamin E in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) Prevention

By Lyudmyla Shvachko, Michael Zavelevich, Daniil Gluzman and Gennadii Telegeev

125

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4. Vitamin E and Derivatives in Skin Health Promotion

By Júlia Scherer Santos, Guilherme Diniz Tavares and Thaís Nogueira Barradas

81

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5. Role of Vitamin E in Boosting the Immunity from Neonates to Elderly

By Mariyappan Kowsalya, Mohan Prasanna Rajeshkumar, Thangavel Velmurugan, Kattakgounder Govindaraj Sudha and Saheb Ali

97

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6. Role of Vitamin E in Pregnancy

By Mohd Aftab Siddiqui, Usama Ahmad, Asad Ali, Farogh Ahsan and Md. Faheem Haider

227

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7. Impact of Vitamins and Minerals Enriched Flora in the Management of Calciphytoliths: A Special Focus on Vitamin E

By Ramu Govindan, Tilak Meenakshisundaram, Navanita Sivaramakumar, Podila Naresh, Duraiswamy Basavan and Dhanabal Palanisamy

79

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8. Vitamin E: Natural Antioxidant in the Mediterranean Diet

By Samia Ben Mansour-Gueddes and Dhouha Saidana-Naija

38

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9. Vitamin E: Recommended Intake

By Marianna Schwarzova, Katarina Fatrcova-Sramkova, Eva Tvrda and Miroslava Kacaniova

113

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10. Biosynthesis Pathways of Vitamin E and Its Derivatives in Plants

By Makhlouf Chaalal and Siham Ydjedd

105

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11. Tocotrienol: An Underrated Isomer of Vitamin E in Health and Diseases

By Ahmad Farouk Musa

195

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12. Vitamin E in Human Health and Oxidative Stress Related Diseases

By Israel Ehizuelen Ebhohimen, Taiwo Stephen Okanlawon, Augustine Ododo Osagie and Owen Norma Izevbigie

56

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13. Male Infertility, Oxidative Stress and Antioxidants

By Vegim Zhaku, Ashok Agarwal, Sheqibe Beadini, Ralf Henkel, Renata Finelli, Nexhbedin Beadini and Sava Micic

90

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