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Vitamin E 100

Capsules with antioxidant effects. Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

Capsules with antioxidant effects. Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

1 capsule contains:

  1 capsule contains RDI %
Vitamin E 67 mg (100 I.U.) 558

% RDI = % Recommended Daily Intake in one capsule

  • Composition: DL-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate, gelatin, olive oil, glycerol humectant, E120 colour.
  • Contents: 50 soft gelatin capsules. 9,7 g.
  • Dosage:1 capsule a day.

The recommended dosage must not be exceeded.

Wheat germs are an excellent source of vitamin E in nutrition. Two table spoonfuls contain about 40 mg. A sufficient amount is also contained in vegetable oils, nuts and seeds (such as almonds, sunflower seeds) and green vegetables.

Warning for people using vitamin E: Patients using medication influencing blood clotting should consult using vitamin E first with their physician. Do not use vitamin E two days before any surgical procedures and two days afterwards. If you have health problems, consult using this food supplement with your physician.

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It is not intended for children under 3 years of age. Keep out of reach of children. It is not intended as a replacement of a well-balanced diet. Do not use in case of blood clotting disorders or in case of using any medication influencing blood clotting. Do not use in people with tendency for venous thromboembolism. If you use any medication or food supplements or if you have any health problems consult using this product with your physician.

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Recommended dosage of vitamin E: The recommended daily dose of vitamin E is not generally defined, however, it is suggested that for both men and women a sufficient intake is 10 mg daily. These levels may prevent the body from its deficit, however, full antioxidant effect requires higher doses. Vitamin E and its deficit: In case of vitamin E intake being lower than the recommended daily dosage, it may result in nervous system disorders and reduce the lifetime of red blood cells. However, people with a well balanced diet do not face such a risk.

Excess of vitamin E: No toxic effects of vitamin E were determined in daily doses higher than 2,000 mg. Some mild events are rarely reported such as headaches and diarrhoea. High doses of vitamin E, however, may interfere with vitamin A absorption. Food containing vitamin E –Estimated quantity of vitamin E (in mg) in certain foodstuffs (100 g)

Food Vitamin E contend Food vitamin E content
Sunflower oil 95 Avocado 3,2
Soybean oil 70 Peppers 3
Sunflower seeds 37 Asparagus 2,5
Wheat germs 27 Butter 2,2
Hazelnuts 25 Spinach 2
Almonds 20 Eggs 1,6
Soy beans 13 Tomatoes 1,2
Peas 8 Black currant 1
Beans 4 Liver 0,7
Blackberry 3,5 Raisins 0,7