Vitamin E is found naturally in many foods, fats and oils, it is added to others and is widely available as a supplement.
Vitamin E is the collective name for a group of fat-soluble compounds which have distinctive *antioxidant qualities.
Vitamin E prevents saturated fatty acids and vitamin A from breaking down and combining with other substances that may become harmful to the body. Fat oxidation can result in the formation of harmful free radicals. Harmful free radicals are highly destructive molecules that can alter DNA and cause extensive damage to the body
Vitamin E has numerous benefits to the body and has been found to be particularly beneficial in the following factors:
Vitamin E is also pivotal in helping with the proper function of the brain. It helps to protect the myelin sheaths that surround the neurons in the brain. This can help prevent degeneration during the normal ageing process and may also help to prevent illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease.
Vitamin E, like the other fat-soluble vitamins, is absorbed in the presence of bile salts and fat. It is transported to the intestines where absorption into the lymphatic system is completed. It is then transported in the bloodstream as tocopherol to the liver, where high concentrations are stored. The fatty tissues, heart, muscles, testes, uterus, blood and adrenal and pituitary glands all store Vitamin E
Recommended Daily Allowance
1 tablet daily as a food supplement or as directed by practitioner
Each tablet provides on average:
Recommended Intake: One tablet daily as a food supplement or as directed by a practitioner
Allergy Concerns: No known allergic reactions to the ingredients in this formula
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*2.60 times more absorbed into blood
*Up to 7.02 times more retained by the body
*As compared to USP (United States Pharmacopea grade nutrients. These studies may not conform to peer reviewed standards, therefore the results are not conclusive.