Promotes heart, immune and eye health.
Vitamin E is a generic term for a group of related compounds called tocopherols, which occur in four major forms : alpha, beta, delta and gamma-tocopherols.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects cell membranes and other fat-soluble parts of the body from damage. Its use in protecting cholesterol (a fatty substance in the blood) from damage, has promoted its role in heart health.
Vitamin E’s protective action confers other beneficial effects on the body. There is evidence to suggest that Vitamin E improves immune function, particularly in the elderly and protects against air and chemical pollutants.
Thompson’s Vitamin E contains the trace mineral selenium in a natural mixed tocopherol fomula. Selenium has been added to increase Vitamin E’s therapeutic impact and because of New Zealand soils’ poor selenium content.
Vitamin E may be used to promote heart, immune and eye health and assist with the symptoms of age-related memory decline. It is also useful in the relief of some premenstrual symptoms.
Vitamin E may be applied both internally and externally (applied directly to the skin) to improve wound healing and skin conditions such as dermatitis and eczema.
What else should I know?
Vitamins: d-alpha Tocopherol 313mg equivalent Vitamin E 407iu. Mixed Tocopherols: Beta, gamma & delta Tocopherols 250mg, equivalent Vitamin E 93iu, Total equivalent Vitamin E 500iu. Minerals: Selenium Methionine 64.5mcg, equivalent Selenium 26mcg.
Direction for use
Adults - One or two capsules daily (with food), or as professionally prescribed.
Vitamin E is suitable for use during pregnancy and lactation. However do not take with prescription blood-thinning medication (anticoagulants) or aspirin unless recommended by a health practitioner. Do not take Vitamin E before surgery.
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