Vitamin E, 400 IU, 180 softgels, 250 ml bottle

Vitamin E from natural primary products

Food supplement

Ingredients: Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol acetate), bulking agent: sunflower oil, capsule shell: beef gelatine, glycerol, water

Nutrients per serving (1 capsule): vitamin E 400 IU (d-alpha tocopherol acetate) (268 mg) 2237% NRV (Nutrient Reference Value for adults)

Bottle contains 180 capsules: 180 daily portions

Recommended daily intake: 1 capsule per day with a meal. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

Safety precautions: Do not use in case of hypersensitivity. The product must not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Storing conditions: Store in a cool and dry place out of the reach of children.

Capsule does not contain: sugar, iodine, casein,
lactose, alcohol, gluten, salt,
starch, wheat, corn, dairy, preservatives, or dyes, magnesium stearate, or similar chemical compounds, allergens, GMO products, Novel Food.
Odourless capsules.
Capsules and their content were not exposed to irradiation. Neither the product, nor any of its ingredients contain forbidden substances.

Vitamin E is called youth vitamin. It takes part in countless processes in our body. It has antiseptic properties, which prevents the damage of cell membrane. It inhibits oxidation of LDL cholesterol which prevents the formation of atheroma. It also prevents the formation of blood clots in blood vessels and is, therefore, recommended for people with a high cholesterol level and in the prophylaxis of heart attack. Vitamin E helps to cure male infertility, muscle disorders, arteriosclerosis and heart disease. With vitamin A it is responsible for regeneration of eyesight. High doses of vitamin E minimize cellular oxidative stress and restore cell membrane properties. It also increases insulin effectiveness and normalizes glucose level in the blood.
Vitamin E prevents neural tube disorders in foetus and contributes to healthy pregnancy.

Sources of vitamin E: wheat germs, almonds, peanuts, seeds, avocado, spinach, vegetable oils, fatty fish

Vitamin E is recommended in skin diseases, such as ulcers, seborrhoeic dermatitis, acne (in combination with selenium), and others. Vitamin E, similar to vitamins A, C and carotenoids, prevents cancers.

Symptoms of vitamin E deficiency include: impaired concentration, anaemia, infertility, premature skin ageing, and cardiovascular disease. Individuals at risk for vitamin E deficiency include women who take contraceptive pills, smokers, people suffering from Bassen-Kornzweig syndrome, cystic fibrosis, or celiac syndrome.