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Optimal Vitamin E 400IU Optimal Vitamin E 400IU

Seeking Health Optimal Vitamin E is a dietary supplement containing vitamin E (400 IU) in the form of RRR-alpha tocopherol along with the mixture of other natural tocopherols – RRR-beta, RRR-delta and RRR-gamma tocopherol. Vitamin E, called the vitamin of youth and fertility, also influences the proper functioning of the circulatory and nervous system.

Vitamin E is a compound soluble in fats. The name “vitamin E” is used to determine tocopherols and tocotrienols, the common feature of which is the presence of two-ring framework of 6-hydroxychromane and side chain composed of 3 isoprene entities. Tocopherols include RRR-alpha, RRR-beta, RRR-gamma and RRR-delta tocopherols, out of which RRR-alpha tocopherol is characterized by the highest biological activity.

Vitamin E is one of the most effective antioxidants, which has inhibiting influence on cell aging. It is used among others in order to decrease the risk of developing cancer, infections, coronary artery disease and cataract.  

The best sources of vitamin E are primarily products of plant origin: nuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, vegetable oils and green leafy vegetables, such as e.g. spinach, parsley. This vitamin is exceptionally sensitive to the effect of ultraviolet radiation and oxygen and for its proper absorption in the intestines, proper emulsification of food material is necessary. Vitamin E in the organism is primarily stored in adrenal glands and fatty tissue.

The need for this vitamin depends on age, sex and physiological state. Moreover, the growth of the need for vitamin E is observed with the increased supply of polyunsaturated fatty acids in a diet, wheat bran, pectin and also in case of abusing alcohol and cigarettes and using oral contraceptives.

The symptoms of avitaminosis E
Among the symptoms which may indicate vitamin E deficiency there are, among others fertility disorders, cardiovascular system dysfunctions, irritability, worse concentration, deteriorated wound healing, skin keratosis and accelerated aging processes. Vitamin E deficiency may also contribute to respiratory disorders and sleep problems. The most common cause of insufficient vitamin E level in the organism is the disorder of fat absorption, which results from e.g. improper bile secretion, fatty diarrhea or resecting a part of the bowel.

Vitamin E as an antioxidantVitamin E plays the role of an antioxidant in the organism. It is an acceptor of free radicals, thanks to which it counteracts the production of peroxides of unsaturated fatty acids in lipids of mucous membranes. Moreover, it has the ability to accumulate in low density lipoproteins (LDL), which also influences protection from damages as a
result of oxidative processes. It was proven that tocopherol stimulates the activity of creatine kinase and reduces the level of lipid peroxidation resulting from intensive physical activity.

The influence of vitamin E on the circulatory system
Appropriate level of vitamin E in the organism is essential to maintain proper function of the circulatory system. Its deficiency negatively influences the structure of artery walls, reduces the synthesis of prostacyclins and increases platelet aggregation, thanks to which it conduces the development of atherosclerotic changes.

Vitamin E additionally has anticoagulative properties – it decreases the risk of blood clots and venous thrombosis, reduces degradation of red cells, thanks to which it facilitates the transport of oxygen and its application shortly after heart attack may decrease the spreading of the damaged area of the heart muscle. 

Healthy skin thanks to vitamin E
Vitamin E strengthens the protection from ultraviolet radiation, mitigates skin burns and improves its nourishment and elasticity. Moreover, along with vitamin A, it is supportively utilized in the treatment of common acne, eczema and discoloring and decreases the symptoms of contact dermatitis.

Summing up, Seeking Health, Optimal Vitamin E is a dietary supplement helping to effectively complement vitamin E deficits. The preparation, as a source of the compounds with strong antioxidant properties, helps to decrease the risk of developing civilization diseases (hypertension, atherosclerosis, cancer). Additionally, it may turn out to be helpful in order to improve the appearance of skin, e.g. in case of long-lasting exposure to ultraviolet radiation, acne, eczema and to slow down the appearance of visible signs of aging. 

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Optimal Vitamin E 400IU Optimal Vitamin E 400IU 100 softgels
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£ 30.78

Optimal Vitamin E 400IU 100 softgels

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Description
  • Natural mixture of tocopherols with proven effect
  • Supports the work of reproductive organs and helps to maintain fertility
  • Decreases the risk of developing circulatory diseases and cancer
  • Has protective, hydrating and antiaging effect
  • Inactivates the excess of free oxygen radicals
  • Protects the organism from harmful oxidative stress
  • Helps to maintain proper structure of cell membranes

Seeking Health Optimal Vitamin E is a dietary supplement containing vitamin E (400 IU) in the form of RRR-alpha tocopherol along with the mixture of other natural tocopherols – RRR-beta, RRR-delta and RRR-gamma tocopherol. Vitamin E, called the vitamin of youth and fertility, also influences the proper functioning of the circulatory and nervous system.

Vitamin E is a compound soluble in fats. The name “vitamin E” is used to determine tocopherols and tocotrienols, the common feature of which is the presence of two-ring framework of 6-hydroxychromane and side chain composed of 3 isoprene entities. Tocopherols include RRR-alpha, RRR-beta, RRR-gamma and RRR-delta tocopherols, out of which RRR-alpha tocopherol is characterized by the highest biological activity.

Vitamin E is one of the most effective antioxidants, which has inhibiting influence on cell aging. It is used among others in order to decrease the risk of developing cancer, infections, coronary artery disease and cataract.  

The best sources of vitamin E are primarily products of plant origin: nuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, vegetable oils and green leafy vegetables, such as e.g. spinach, parsley. This vitamin is exceptionally sensitive to the effect of ultraviolet radiation and oxygen and for its proper absorption in the intestines, proper emulsification of food material is necessary. Vitamin E in the organism is primarily stored in adrenal glands and fatty tissue.

The need for this vitamin depends on age, sex and physiological state. Moreover, the growth of the need for vitamin E is observed with the increased supply of polyunsaturated fatty acids in a diet, wheat bran, pectin and also in case of abusing alcohol and cigarettes and using oral contraceptives.

The symptoms of avitaminosis E
Among the symptoms which may indicate vitamin E deficiency there are, among others fertility disorders, cardiovascular system dysfunctions, irritability, worse concentration, deteriorated wound healing, skin keratosis and accelerated aging processes. Vitamin E deficiency may also contribute to respiratory disorders and sleep problems. The most common cause of insufficient vitamin E level in the organism is the disorder of fat absorption, which results from e.g. improper bile secretion, fatty diarrhea or resecting a part of the bowel.

Vitamin E as an antioxidantVitamin E plays the role of an antioxidant in the organism. It is an acceptor of free radicals, thanks to which it counteracts the production of peroxides of unsaturated fatty acids in lipids of mucous membranes. Moreover, it has the ability to accumulate in low density lipoproteins (LDL), which also influences protection from damages as a
result of oxidative processes. It was proven that tocopherol stimulates the activity of creatine kinase and reduces the level of lipid peroxidation resulting from intensive physical activity.

The influence of vitamin E on the circulatory system
Appropriate level of vitamin E in the organism is essential to maintain proper function of the circulatory system. Its deficiency negatively influences the structure of artery walls, reduces the synthesis of prostacyclins and increases platelet aggregation, thanks to which it conduces the development of atherosclerotic changes.

Vitamin E additionally has anticoagulative properties – it decreases the risk of blood clots and venous thrombosis, reduces degradation of red cells, thanks to which it facilitates the transport of oxygen and its application shortly after heart attack may decrease the spreading of the damaged area of the heart muscle. 

Healthy skin thanks to vitamin E
Vitamin E strengthens the protection from ultraviolet radiation, mitigates skin burns and improves its nourishment and elasticity. Moreover, along with vitamin A, it is supportively utilized in the treatment of common acne, eczema and discoloring and decreases the symptoms of contact dermatitis.

Summing up, Seeking Health, Optimal Vitamin E is a dietary supplement helping to effectively complement vitamin E deficits. The preparation, as a source of the compounds with strong antioxidant properties, helps to decrease the risk of developing civilization diseases (hypertension, atherosclerosis, cancer). Additionally, it may turn out to be helpful in order to improve the appearance of skin, e.g. in case of long-lasting exposure to ultraviolet radiation, acne, eczema and to slow down the appearance of visible signs of aging. 

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Container size: 100 softgelsServing size: 1 softgelServings per container: 100
per portion (1 softgel)amount%DV
Vitamin E (as RRR-alpha tocopherol)268 mg1787%
Natural mixed tocopherols (RRR-gamma, RRR-delta, RRR-beta)184 mg*

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Gelatin, glycerin, and water. 

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Vitamin E

Information

Vitamin E (tocopherol) is a fat soluble. Due to its antioxidant action, it is a protection of other vitamins (e.g. Vitamins A). Protects the body against free radicals, strengthens the walls of blood vessels and its capacity, causing their dilation and dissolution of blood clots. With the reduction of coagulation, it is used as an antiatherogenic medicine, it allows for the proper course of pregnancy. In cooperation with selenium it slows the ageing process of cells, strengthening connective tissue. In the food it is present in whole-grain bread, sprout and grains, vegetable oils (soybean, sunflower), soya beans and sunflower seeds, vegetable fat and hen egg yolks. Also it is used in sports medicine in the form of nutrients and supplements.
Vitamin E deficiency reduces building of red blood cells, results in changes in muscle and disorders of pregnancies.
Dosage: for children, 0.5 mg / 1 kg of weight; for adults 10-30 mg per day.


 

Mixed tocopherols

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Mixed tocopherols - a method of complementing vitamin E, commonly used in supplementation, encompassing tocopherols and tocotrienols. The compounds from the group of vitamin E belong to the substances soluble in fats, therefore they should be taken with fats.

The main activity of vitamin E in the organism is its activity as antioxidant. It demonstrates the ability to neutralize free radicals and consequently to reduce oxidative stress. In this way, it positively influences the state of tissues of the organism. Supplementation with antioxidants is indicated as an effective method of delaying the signs of aging and it may demonstrate anticancer properties. Apart from this, supplementation with vitamin E, thanks to its antioxidant properties, positively influences the absorption of some other biologically active compounds.

Supplementation with vitamin E also demonstrates cardioprotective properties. Its proper concentration in blood prevents the pathological breakdown of erythrocytes, increases endurance of blood vessel walls and decreases the risk of developing atherosclerosis.

For maximal absorption and effectiveness, vitamin E should not be used with vitamin K and supplements containing iron.

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