disorder, diagnosis, and treatment, including the need for supplementation and dietary intake of vitamin E
prescribed vitamin E therapy, including drug names, dosages, frequency and schedule of administration, and duration of therapy
possible adverse effects of vitamin E therapy, including muscle weakness, fatigue, headaches, nausea, and vitamin K deficiency (increases the patient's risk of bleeding), and the need to notify a health care provider if any occur
importance of preventing deficiency by providing vitamin E supplements for adults with vitamin E malabsorption
that food manufacturers fortify many products with vitamins and minerals
that most adults in the United States get enough vitamin E in their normal diets to meet current recommendations (caution those on low-fat diets that low fat intake can decrease vitamin E intake if appropriate food choices aren't made)
dietary recommendations, including foods high in vitamin E.