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Wheat germ oil, nuts and seeds, whole grains, egg yolks, and leafy green vegetables all contain vitamin E. Certain vegetable oils should contain significant amounts of vitamin E. However, many of the vegetable oils sold in supermarkets have had the vitamin E removed in processing. The high amounts found in supplements, often 100 to 800 IU per day, are not obtainable from eating food.
Vitamin E is important to athletes because it is an antioxidant and may help to prevent some of the oxidative damage that may occur from exercise. This oxidative damage, caused by free radicals, may interfere with the cells ability to function normally and is believed to play a role in many different health conditions, including the aging process, cancer, and heart disease.
Vitamin E promotes a healthy immune system and may help to prevent the dip in immune function that may occur right after exercise. Vitamin E may also help to ease muscle cramps.
Benefits and Uses
• supports skin health
• contributes to a healthy circulatory and immune system
• acts as a powerful antioxidant
• aids in proper blood clotting and improves wound healing
• helps decrease symptoms of premenstrual syndrome and certain types of breast disease
• supports heart health
• helps prevent cancer and many other conditions
|Serving Size:||1 softgel capsule|
|Per Container:||60 softgel capsules|
|Ingredients (Amount Per Serving)||400 IU Vitamin E (d'alpha Tocopherol from natural sources)|
|Other Ingredients||Gelatin, glycerine, purified water.
Contains no: dairy, egg, artificial preservatives, colours, yeast, artificial sweeteners, wheat, corn, or gluten.
|Directions||1 softgel capsule per day with a meal.|