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Eat the rainbow with this vibrantly colored lettuce wrap. Those collard greens offer up an array of nutrients, including vitamins A, C, and K, making it a great source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Photo by Perry Santanachote
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Rather than fighting them, it might be time to embrace their many positive qualities. Starting in spring, the young, vitamin-rich leaves can be harvested and eaten raw in salads or cooked as spinach for a high dose of beta carotene, iron, and vitamin C. The flower buds can be plucked and prepared like capers, and have a nutty aroma. The blossoms have long been made into liquor or syrup, and the roots are famously dried, ground, and used as a coffee substitute, but can also be consumed raw when young, prepared similarly to other root vegetables.
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Vitamin E is typically safe, but in its pure form, it could potentially cause irritation, clogged pores, and breakouts. If you want to use it, it's best to use on a specific area of the skin, like dark spots or a scar."}},"@type": "Question","name": "What does vitamin E do for the skin?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Vitamin E has many benefits. It can help soften skin, helps protect your skin's moisture barrier, it's a powerful antioxidant, and also helps protect your skin from the sun when combined with vitamin C and sunscreen.","@type": "Question","name": "Is vitamin E good for acne-prone skin?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Vitamin E has been the topic of many studies of its effects on acne, however, no single study has proven concretely that vitamin E treats acne. Studies were completed with a combination of vitamin A and E, a combination of zinc and lactoferrin, and zinc, vitamin A and E.","@type": "Question","name": "Should I use vitamin E if I have sensitive skin?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Vitamin E is typically not recommended for those with sensitive skin, as it can potentially clog pores and cause skin irritation."]}]}] CONFIDENCE, COMMUNITY, AND JOY
Vitamin E has many benefits. It can help soften skin, helps protect your skin's moisture barrier, it's a powerful antioxidant, and also helps protect your skin from the sun when combined with vitamin C and sunscreen.
Vitamin E has been the topic of many studies of its effects on acne, however, no single study has proven concretely that vitamin E treats acne. Studies were completed with a combination of vitamin A and E, a combination of zinc and lactoferrin, and zinc, vitamin A and E.
Ozuguz P, Dogruk Kacar S, Ekiz O, Takci Z, Balta I, Kalkan G. Evaluation of serum vitamins A and E and zinc levels according to the severity of acne vulgaris. Cutan Ocul Toxicol. 2014;33(2):99-102. doi:10.3109/15569527.2013.808656
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A. First, check your multivitamin to make sure that the dose of vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is under 1,000 mcg (aka 1 mg). Healthcare providers might prescribe such a high dose to correct a deficiency, but it is too much to take without medical supervision.
Some people with high vitamin B12 levels are at greater risk for liver or pancreatic cancer (Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, April 2019). In any case, the physician must do a complete diagnostic workup to track down the reason for elevated vitamin B12 levels.
Q. Years ago, I started taking a vitamin B12 supplement. Over the past few years, I have had disabling pain in my feet diagnosed as non-diabetic neuropathy. The primary symptoms were burning, stabbing pain that felt like electric jolts.
Following extensive neurological testing, a nerve study revealed NO abnormal nerve conduction in my lower limbs. A different neurologist related that he had seen a younger person with very similar symptoms from vitamin B12 toxicity. He asked me if I took this supplement and if so, what dose.
Unless a doctor prescribes 1,000 mcg (1 mg) to correct a deficiency, most people should be taking a much lower dose of vitamin B12. Anyone taking high-dose supplements should make sure to have their vitamin B12 levels tested periodically. Persistently high results could signal a blood disorder, a malignancy or a problem with the liver or kidneys.
A. Your husband needs a thorough workup. High levels of vitamin B12 are unusual for someone on metformin. In fact, many people who take this diabetes drug have low vitamin B12 levels.
Because metformin often causes digestive tract upset, many patients are also put on a proton pump inhibitor (PPIs) such as esomeprazole (Nexium), lansoprazole (Prevacid) or omeprazole (Prilosec). Such drugs also deplete the body of vitamin B12. The combination of a PPI and metformin would absolutely require regular laboratory tests for vitamin B12.
We do not want to scare you, but elevated vitamin B12 levels could be one sign of liver problems. That is why your husband needs to see his physician promptly for a complete examination and another vitamin B12 test. Make sure he takes all his pill bottles (including vitamins and minerals) along, just in case he is getting too much vitamin B12 from the supplements he is taking.
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