Vitamin E

As an antioxidant vitamin E plays major roles in our health:

  • Prevention of cancer
  • Prevention of cardiovascular disease
  • Improving blood circulation and necessary for tissue repair
  • Treatment of premenstrual syndrome and fibrocystic disease of the breast
  • Promotion of normal blood clotting and healing
  • Reducing scarring from wounds
  • Reducing blood pressure
  • Helping preventing cataract
  • Improving athletic performance
  • Relaxation of leg cramps
  • Enhance sperm production
  • Maintaining healthy nerves and muscles
  • Strengthening capillary walls
  • Promote healthy skin and hair
  • Helping prevent anemia and retrolental fibroplasias
  • May help slow progression of alzheimer¡¯s disease
  • Inhibiting oxidation of lipids and formation of radicals
  • Protect other fat-soluble vitamins from destruction by oxygen
  • Help utilizing vitamin A
  • Slowing down aging process and preventing age spots

Major Deficiency Syndromes:

  • Damage of red blood cells
  • Destruction of nerves
  • Infertility of both sexes
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Neuromuscular disorders shortened red blood cell lifespan
  • Spontaneous abortion (miscarriage)
  • Uterine degeneration
  • Bowel cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Heart disease

Upper Safety Level: 1200 international units daily

  Vitamin E Liquid, 13,650 IU  
  Vitamin E Liquid, 13,650 IU by NOW Foods, 100% Natural, Vegetarian 1oz  
  Vitamin E, 1000 IU  
  Vitamin E, 1000 IU by NOW Foods, Mixed Tocopherols, 50 Gels  
  Vitamin E, 400 IU  
  Vitamin E, 400 IU by NOW Foods, 100% Natural, 100 Softgels