HealthAid Vitamin E 600iu functions as a natural powerful antioxidant, which helps combat free radical damage to the body. It is also used to support vital nutrients such as Vitamin A and unsaturated fatty acids from oxidative damage. Oxidation of cells is a process connected to cellular ageing, which can bring harm to the body. Vitamin E is utilised to help maintain a healthy heart, support red blood cells and nourish the skin.
Benefits of healthAid's Vitamin E 600iu:
Protect cells from the free radical damages
Protect against air pollution, toxins and protect skin from ultraviolet radiations and sunburns
Increase cell life and ageing
Build healthy immune system
Strengthen blood vessels and improves blood circulation
Improve and maintain skin tone
Increases stamina in sports people and athletes
Maintain healthy heart
The well functioning of red and white blood cells
Protect against hot flushes in menopausal women
Reduce symptoms of prementrual syndrome
Those who have additional oxidative stress on their bodies such as heavy smokers.
People who wish to improve their immune power.
Menopausal women may choose to be supplemented with vitamin E.
People, who have been exposed to the harsh sun, use sun beds or have sunburnt.
People who wish to maintain healthy skin.
Those who wish to safeguard themselves against the effects of ageing.
Dosage: Adults and children over 12 years of age, one Vitamin E capsule daily after meals.
Each HealthAid Vitamin E 600iu Capsule contains (average): Vitamin E (600iu) 402mg. Ingredients: Natural Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol), Bulking Agent (soybean oil), Capsule Shell (gelatine agent (gelatine), humectants (glycerine, purified water).
Side Effects: None noted. Allergen Information : This product contains soya.
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