Vitamin E: The Skin Benefits Quiz
Antioxidants, like vitamin E, prevent cellular damage from occurring in your skin. How else does vitamin E benefit your skin?
What is vitamin E’s effect on the skin?
- protects the skin
- repairs the skin
- Both answers are correct.
Free radicals are atoms with an uneven number of ______.
How often does your body produce vitamin E?
- Your body can’t produce it.
Vitamin E can NOT help prevent which of the following?
- DNA damage
- premature aging
- heart failure
What percentage of your daily allowance of vitamin E will an ounce of peanuts offer?
- 31 percent
- 21 percent
- 11 percent
Which of these foods contains vitamin E?
- whole-grain bread
How much of vitamin E is needed every day?
- 25 milligrams
- 15 milligrams
- five milligrams
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 teaspoon
- one tablespoon
- 1/4 cup
What percentage of your daily allowance of vitamin E will one sweet potato provide?
- 25 percent
- 40 percent
- 65 percent
Taking vitamin E long-term can reduce what health problem?
- poor hearing