Natural Vitamin E 400IU 30
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- BRAIN FUNCTION
- CARDIOVASCULAR PROTECTION
- MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS
- SKIN HEALTH
Potential applications: Neurological disorders e.g. Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, tardive dyskinesia, cognitive impairment etc. diabetes, neuro-muscular degeneration, lupus, multiple sclerosis, cardiovascular disease, fibrocystic breast disease, wound healing, sun-protection, menopause.
Known contraindications: Vitamin E may potentiate the effects of anticoagulant drugs such as Coumadin and Warfarin. Although synergistic with Aspirin, vitamin E may also increase the inhibition of platelet aggregation caused by aspirin.
Vitamin E has very low toxicity.
Interactions: Vitamin E interacts extensively with other antioxidant nutrients, especially vitamin C and selenium. Vitamin E also improves the use of vitamin A, may assist in converting B12 to its most active form, and protects EFAs from lipid peroxidation.
Useful links: Vascular protection – grape seed/pycnogenol, EFAs, antioxidant complex, hawthorn berry, CoQ10, folic acid/DHA, bilberry/eyebright, ester C
Brain / nerve protection - grape seed/pycnogenol, EFAs, antioxidant complex, ginkgo biloba, B complex
Note: Natural forms of vitamin E bound to krebs cycle intermediates such as acetates or succinates are more advantageous as they are more stable and highly bio-available. Look for d-alpha tocopheryl succinate as this is a natural form. The prefix dl- indlicates a synthetic vitamin E. Interestingly, aspirin and vitamin E appear to work synergistically against the risk of cardiovascular disease.
|Directions: As a food supplement, take one to three capsules daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional.|
|One capsule provides:|
|Natural Vitamin E||330mg||2750|
|(d-alpha tocopheryl succinate)(400iu)|
|In a base of alfalfa, spirulina and bilberry.|