Some studies have shown that taking vitamin E supplements may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and acute macular degeneration. Image: Thinkstock. Are there any benefits to taking vitamin E supplements? Or any risks? We sure get a lot of questions about vitamins. That must be because taking vitamins is very common, and because scientific studies about vitamins are frequently in the news and don’t always come to the same conclusions. As is the case with every vitamin, we absolutely need a certain amount of vitamin E in our diet. It protects the outer membrane of every cell in our body.
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As always, talk with your health care provider in regards to all vitamin supplements. Because the majority of physicians in the latter study were also taking aspirin, this finding could indicate that vitamin E has a tendency to cause bleeding. Tell your doctor, pharmacist, and other healthcare providers about any dietary supplements and medicines you take. Vitamin E ULs for infants have not been established. Vitamin E can inhibit platelet aggregation and antagonize vitamin K-dependent clotting factors.