Today, I listened to a nutritionist's lecture. She said that she takes a vitamin E every day. I want to ask, can women have breast hyperplasia and take vitamin E every day to delay aging? Will it aggravate breast disease?
It can be eaten. Vitamin E is an antioxidant. A small amount can resist aging, reduce wrinkles, reduce pigmentation, prevent cancer and coronary heart disease. A large amount of vitamin E will cause side effects for a long time.
It is not recommended to take vitamin E for a long time. Although vitamin E cannot be synthesized by itself, as long as the diet is balanced, the amount of food eaten can fully meet this amount. Otherwise, it should be used under the guidance of a doctor.
If you have breast hyperplasia, you can use vitamin E, which will not affect your body, but I suggest you pay more attention to observe your body. If you don't treat breast hyperplasia in time, it may become breast tumor. Although the incidence of cancer is relatively small, you need timely treatment.
Patients with breast hyperplasia can take vitamin E, but there is no definite therapeutic effect. Generally, it can help stabilize the cell membrane. Taking vitamin E has a certain anti-aging effect, which can delay cell aging, improve immunity, promote blood circulation, and will not lead to the aggravation of breast diseases