Vitamin E capsules - a strong all-natural vitamin product for the prevention and treatment of Vitamin E deficiency.
Strong Vitamin E product
For the prevention and treatment of Vitamin E deficiency
Recommended use:. 1 capsule per day or as instructed
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin. Good food sources are almonds, avocados, eggs, milk, nuts, leafy greens, unheated vegetable oils and whole-grain products.
Our Vitamin E capsules are a strong all-natural vitamin product. The capsules are made from soy, and we use Vitamin E from natural sources (RRR-alpha-tocopherol - also known as ddd-alpha-tocopherol or d-alpha-tocopherol).
d-alphatocopherol = 335 mg (500 I.U.)
Vitamin E capsules contain d-alpha-tocopherol = 335 mg (500 I.U.) per capsule.
Soy oil, gelatine, glycerol and purified water.
Vitamin E “Natur-Drogeriet” soft capsules with 335 mg RRR-alpha-tocopherol (= 335 mg/500 I.U. Vitamin E) - a strong vitamin product for the prevention and treatment of Vitamin E deficiency. Vitamin E is fat-soluble. Its physiological characteristics are most likely due to its antioxidant effect, i.e. the inhibition of unsaturated fatty acids. Children under the age of two should consult a doctor before taking Vitamin E. Vitamin E contains purified soy oil which may contain soy protein. Do not use in case of allergy to peanuts or soy. Do not use in case of allergy to alpha tocopherol or one or more excipients. Should not be used in case of Vitamin K deficiency. Do not use Vitamin E “Natur-Drogeriet” two weeks prior to and after an operation as Vitamin E may have an impact on bleeding/coagulation. Vitamin E should not be ingested with anticoagulants as the former may reinforce the effect of the latter. May be used by pregnant and lactating women. Prolonged use of Vitamin E (400-800 I.U.) may result in dizziness, headache, fatigue, weakness and blurred vision. Overdoses may result in diarrhea, abdominal pain and other digestive problems. Overdoses may result in an increased risk of bleeding when used with blood thinners or in case of Vitamin K deficiency. Excipients: soy oil and gelatine (soft capsules).