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Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) (500 IU) Description
Clinician’s Vitamin E is bound to a natural weak acid used in cellular metabolism to improve its water solubility. Vitamin E supports healthy hormones and circulation. As a fat soluble vitamin it protects our cell membranes from free radical damage and oxidative stress, to support cellular health and function. In this way it helps protect the heart, circulatory system and skin.
Vitamin E Benefits
- Clinicians natural Vitamin E is a superior quality form of d-alpha-tocopherol, which is the most active form in terms of antioxidant activity
- It is a form of Vitamin E most commonly found in the blood
- Vitamin E is a fat soluble Vitamin. Its primary role in the body is as an antioxidant to protect the body's delicate cellular structures from free radical damage
- Use natural Vitamin E for women’s hormonal health, cardiovascular health, healthy skin and immune support
Vitamin E Features
- Natural Vitamin E in a liquid format allows for rapid, sustained uniform absorption
- High absorption means lower doses are required to reach maximum results
- Clinicians Vitamin E is derived from a non-genetically modified form of soy bean oil
- Cost effective quality natural extract
- Can be taken alongside other conventional medicines and other dietary supplements such as MultiVitamin and Mineral Boost and Family Vitamin C
Active Ingredients in each gelatin capsule:
|Natural Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) 500 IU||
Also contains: soya bean oil (non-GMO).
No added: gluten, dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours or preservatives.
Adult: 1 capsule daily or as directed.
Contraindications & Cautions
Studies indicate that Vitamin E when taken at high doses may have a blood thinning effect. For individuals on warfarin or blood thinning medications do not exceed 500IU per day whilst on these medications, if in doubt consult your health professional and monitor blood clotting times.
Vitamin E supplementation may elevate unmanaged high blood pressure. Individuals with unstable or elevated blood pressure should consult a healthcare professional for dosing instructions before using.
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding: Clinicians Vitamin E is considered safe to take during pregnancy and breastfeeding at the lowest recommended daily dose. Higher doing should only be done under health professional supervision.
Vitamin E is the collective term for a group of compounds from the tocopherol and tocotrienol family of fat soluble Vitamins. Vitamin E is available in many different forms, with the natural d-alpha tocopherol form having the most antioxidant activity in the body. Dietary sources of Vitamin E include polyunsaturated vegetable oils, nuts, seeds, whole grains, asparagus, avocado, berries and leafy green vegetables.
Symptoms of Vitamin E deficiency in adults include nerve damage, muscle weakness and poor coordination. Individuals most at risk of Vitamin E deficiency include those with fat malabsorption syndromes (coeliac disease and cystic fibrosis) and hereditary red blood cell disorders.
Vitamin E’s primary action is as an antioxidant to protect our delicate cellular structures from free radical damage. Vitamin E is the body’s front line fat soluble antioxidant and is incorporated into cell membranes and carrier molecules to protect them from damage due to ongoing assault from environmental toxins, heavy metals and free radical byproducts from the body’s metabolic processes.
Vitamin E supports the immune system by protecting the thymus and white blood cells from damage especially when the immune system is challenged. Vitamin E also provides cardiovascular protection by supporting healthy cholesterol balance and reducing the oxidation of cholesterol and its carrier proteins.
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