POSITIVE EFFECTS OF ALPHA TOCOPHEROL ie Vitamin E. This is assuming you aren't AA homozygous or AG heterozygous for GSTP1.
1. It reduces the oxygen requirement of tissues. Hove, Hickman, and Harris (1945) Arch. Biochem. 8:395. Telford et al (1954) Air University School of Aviation Medicine Project #21-1201-0013, Report #4, May. Randolph Field, Texas.
2. It melts fresh clots, and prevents embolism. Shute, Vogelsang, Skelton and Shute (1948) Surg., Gyn. and Obst. 86:1. Wilson and Parry (1954) Lancet 1:486.
3. It improves collateral circulation. Enria and Fererro (1951) Arch. per Ia Scienze Med. 91:23. Domingues and Dominguez (1953) Angiologia 5:51.
4. It is a vasodilator. Shute, Vogelsang, Skelton and Shute (1948) Surg., Gyn. and Obst. 86:1.
5. It occasionally lyses scar tissue. Steinberg (1948) Med. Clin. N. America 30:221, 1946.
6. It prevents scar contraction as wounds heal. Shute, Vogelsang, Skelton and Shute (1948) Surg., Gyn. and Obst. 86:1.
7.It increases low platelet counts. SkeIton, Shute, Skinner and Waud (1946) Science 103:762.
8.It decreases the insulin requirement in about 1/4 of diabetics. Butturini (1950) Gior. di Clin. Med. 31:1. Tolgyes (1957) Summary 9:10.
9. It is one of the regulators of fat and protein metabolism. Hickman (1948) Rec. of Chem. Progress, p.104.
10. It stimulates muscle power. Percival (1951) Summary 3:55.
11. It preserves capillary walls. Ames, Baxter and Griffith (1951) International Review of Vitamin Research 22:401.
12. It prevents haemolysis of red blood cells. Rose and Gyorgy (1951) Fed. Proc.10:239. 1951.
13. It decreases inflammation Singh U, Jialal I., Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2004 Dec;1031:195-203. Anti-inflammatory effects of alpha-tocopherol.