Vitamin E 250iu -100 Capsules - Lamberts

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Vitamin E contributes to the protection of the body’s cells from oxidative stress caused by reactive compounds called ‘free radicals’ and this protective role has put vitamin E at the centre of worldwide research.

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Vitamin E contributes to the protection of the body’s cells from oxidative stress caused by reactive compounds called ‘free radicals’ and this protective role has put vitamin E at the centre of worldwide research.

Lamberts® supplies vitamin E in its natural form of d-alpha tocopherol, as this is the form in which it occurs in foods. Research shows that natural vitamin E has a higher biological activity, and is absorbed and retained more readily by the body than synthetic vitamin E. The cheaper synthetic form is called dl-alpha tocopherol and is the form most commonly found in many of the ‘high street’ vitamin E products.

Lamberts® Vitamin E is manufactured in the UK in premises that operate to stringent pharmaceutical standards of GMP. Our vitamin E is extracted from a natural vegetable oil and supplied in gelatin free capsules.



Dosage:
1 to 2 capsules daily with a meal.

Ingredients per capsule:
168mg (250iu) (in the natural d-alpha form)
Encapsulated with:
Capsule Shell (Modified Starch, Glycerol, Gelling Agent: Carageenan, Acidity Regulator: DiSodium Phosphate), Sunflower Seed Oil.

Allergen Advice
The following list of allergens are excluded: Wheat, Gluten, Barley, Soya, Eggs, Milk and milk products, Lactose, Nuts, Sulphites, Celery, Fish, Shellfish and Yeast.

Cautions
Hypertensive persons supplementing with Vitamin E should commence on a low amount of iu. and gradually increase the amount under practitioner’s supervision. Those using prescription blood-thinning medication (anticoagulants) or aspirin should consult their doctor before using Vitamin E supplements.



Disintegration time: Less than 1 hour

UPC Code 5055148400033