The better you eat and the more your system is in balance the better you will be at keeping your system from overheating. Your system will work best with all the nutrients it needs intact.
Under the leadership of Stephen A. Levine, PhD, Allergy Research Group pioneered hypoallergenic, broad-spectrum, mixed antioxidant formulations. Though essential for higher beings, oxygen has the potential for metabolic toxicity. Antioxidant nutrients are utilized, in conjunction with antioxidant enzymes, to help quench oxygen free radical generation. Acting to impede free radical damage to cells and tissues, the body's antioxidant defense system amounts to a metabolic cooling and lubrication system. The antioxidant nutrients are the body's natural antitoxins, are crucial to homeostasis, and have regulatory roles in a diversity of tissue functions. A variety of stressful environmental, genetic, and behavioral factors have been linked to increased free radical production in the tissues. Good dietary habits help conserve the body's antioxidant stores, but under the conditions of modern living it can be good "nutritional insurance" to supplement the diet with natural antioxidants.
Vitamin E is the body's premier fat-soluble antioxidant, complementing vitamin C which is the premier water-soluble antioxidant. Vitamin E is the major protective antioxidant for cell membranes, the dynamic matrices on and in which most of the body's metabolic business is transacted and most of the cell's free radical load is generated. Similarly, vitamin E provides important antioxidant protection for the serum lipoproteins, which are the transport vehicles for triglycerides, fatty acids, cholesterol and other lipids to the tissues by way of the blood. Vitamin E also is crucial to tissue homeostasis by way of its involvement in the normal regulation of prostaglandin balance. Vitamin E can become depleted from the muscles during exercise.
Keep in mind just drinking plenty of water will regulate temperature as wello as eating right.