Vitamin E rich foods

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There are many symptoms of menopause that people tend to overlook, and one of the major ones is a significant decrease in bone mineral density. A deficiency in vitamin E has been directly linked with low bone mineral density and a higher risk of early onset osteoporosis. For women who want to remain strong and resilient as they age, and not be prone to easily broken bones, increasing your intake of vitamin E is crucial. Some of the best foods that contain high levels of vitamin E include sunflower seeds, almonds, wheat germ, spinach, avocados and shellfish. Protection Status
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