Vitamin E has anti-aging capabilities, giving you younger looking skin. It also helps treat skin diseases and scars and protect the skin from UV rays. Vitamin E is also known as a regulator for Vitamin A.
Vitamin E is the generic name for “tocopherol” and is available in four different forms. Research suggests that it is a fat soluble antioxidant, which can be obtained only as a food supplement. The most widely known health benefits of vitamin E are protection against toxins, premenstrual syndrome, eye disorders such as cataracts, neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes.
Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for Vitamin E
|0–6 months*||4 mg
|7–12 months*||5 mg
|1–3 years||6 mg
|4–8 years||7 mg
|9–13 years||11 mg
|14+ years||15 mg
*Adequate Intake (AI)
What are the main benefits of Vitamin E?
- Helps defy skin aging.
- Helps treat skin diseases and scars.
- Helps protect skin from too much sun exposure.
- Helps promote beautiful and healthy skin.
What is in this product?
- 12mg Natural Vitamin E
- 488mg Soybean Oil
Other ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerine, Purified Water
What is the recommended dosage of this supplement?
- Take 1 capsule at least 2-3 times a day before each meal. Best taken with warm water. Or take ATC Vitamin E as prescribed by your doctor.
What if you missed a dosage?
- If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it is near the time of the next dose, skip the missed dose and resume to the usual dosing schedule. Do not double the dose to make up for the missed dose.
When should you not take this supplement?
- Not intended for pregnant and lactating women. If you have allergies on any of the ingredients, consult your physician before taking it.
Can you take this supplement along with your maintenance medicine?
- When taking medicines for illnesses, it is best to consult your physician first before taking ANY supplements.
What other medicines or food should be avoided while taking this supplement?
- Alcohol should not be mixed when taking supplements for maximum potency. It is best to consult your physician for drug and supplement interaction based on your lifestyle.
- May have a possible interaction with Cyclosporine, Cytochrom P450 3A4, Medications for cancer, clopidogrel, ibuprofen, naproxen, fluvastatin, Warfarin and Niacin. It is best to consult your doctor before taking any Vitamin E supplement to make sure interactions and side effects are prevented.
- If you are to undergo surgery, taking of any supplement must be stopped for the mean time two weeks before the actual operation. It is best to consult your physician when is the best time to resume taking your supplement/s.
How should you keep this supplement?
- Store at temperature not exceeding 30°C
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