5 symptoms of vitamin E deficiency
You may have a vitamin E deficit if you are severely low in vitamin E due to a poor diet or an underlying medical issue.
Vitamin E deficiency is rarely caused by a poor diet and instead occurs in persons with hereditary disorders or medical issues.
Vitamin E is absorbed in the same way that fats are, and it is then stored in adipose tissue and the liver.
"Dietary requirements differ slightly from individual to person.