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Viridian Natural Vitamin E 400IU Veg Caps

Φυσική Βιταμίνη Ε

 

 

Viridian Natural Vitamin E 400IU 30 Veg Caps

 

Αυτή η λιποδιαλυτική αντιοξειδωτική βιταμίνη είναι απαραίτητη για την διατήρηση της καλής υγείας του καρδιαγγειακού συστήματος. Η Φυσική Βιταμίνη Ε απορροφάται καλύτερα από τη συνθετική βιταμίνη Ε. Εγγυημένη μη GMO.

 

 Πιθανές εφαρμογές: Νευρολογικές διαταραχές π.χ. Νόσο του Parkinson, νόσος Alzheimer, όψιμη δυσκινησία, γνωστική δυσλειτουργία κλπ. • Διαβήτη Νευρομυϊκό εκφυλισμό  • Λύκο Κατά πλάκα σκλήρυνση • Καρδιαγγειακά νοσήματα Παθήσεις του μαστού (fibrocystic) • Για επούλωση των τραυμάτων Για ηλιοπροστασία  Σε περιπτώσεις καρκίνου • Κατά την εμμηνόπαυση.

 

Σημ.: Η επιδερμίδα, η οποία είναι η πρώτη γραμμή άμυνας κατά των ελευθέρων ριζών, περιλαμβάνει μια ποικιλία αντιοξειδωτικών, συμπεριλαμβανομένων των λιποδιαλυτών βιταμίνη Ε και καροτενοειδή, καθώς και υδατοδιαλυτή βιταμίνη C και γλουταθειόνη.

 

Δόση: Μία καψούλα την ημέρα ή όπως συστήσει ο γιατρός

Σημ. Κάθε μπουκάλι περιέχει 30 φυτικές κάψουλες.

ΣΥΣΤΑΤΙΚΑ: μία φυτική κάψουλα παρέχει Φυσική Βιταμίνη Ε (d-άλφα τοκοφερόλη succinate)(400ui) 330mg

 

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Vitamin E

Viridian Natural Vitamin E 400IU Veg Caps - Hypoallergenic formula – Vegan - 100% active ingredients

 This fat-soluble antioxidant vitamin is required for the maintenance of a healthy heart and circulation. Natural vitamin E is better absorbed and utilised than synthetic vitamin E. Guaranteed Non-GMO.

 Vitamin E is the blanket term used to refer to the eight types of Tocopherol. It is absorbed through fat and occurs naturally in foods, especially in oats, nuts, beans, and certain vegetables. Besides its presence in foods, Vitamin E is popular as an extract and available commercially.

 Vitamin E is the most important fat-soluble antioxidant present in human tissues. It is found in the lipid-rich areas of cells such as in cell membranes and the brain. It is at these sites where it acts to stabilise and protect against oxidative damage caused by free radicals, heavy metals, and environmental toxins. Free radicals are a result of metabolism. Unused agents can run amok in the system, damaging cell growth and leading to cancer and heart disease. Antioxidants including vitamin E neutralize these free radicals, contributing to the body's general health. Vitamin E plays an important role in the health and integrity of the lipid-rich nerve cells. Vitamin E also supports immune function through its effects upon the thymus gland, and particularly during times of oxidative stress and chronic viral illnesses.
The official recommended dosage of Vitamin E is 15 milligrams (10 iu) per day for adults. Children should take 6 - 7 mg per day, depending on their age. However, there is a great deal of evidence that much larger amounts of vitamin E can help protect against various diseases.

Vitamin E plays a central role in maintaining neurological structure and function.
A number of studies have shown a protective role for vitamin E in various neurological disorders and diseases.

Vitamin E provides significant benefit in protecting against heart disease and stroke.

Besides its antioxidant effect, studies show Vitamin E helping with a myriad of health problems. Large dosages of Vitamin E stave off the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Researchers are looking into Vitamin E's effect on Parkinson's disease.

Cataracts and macular degeneration rates are lower in people with high levels of Vitamin E.

Regular use of Vitamin E lowers the rate of cancer in many group studies, including lung cancer in smokers.

Vitamin E is a preventive measure for cancer and not a cure.

A normal dietary amount of Vitamin E or supplemental dosage contributes to a person's overall health.

Any problems, however unlikely, should be reported to your doctor.

Nerve Health - Vitamin E plays a central role in maintaining neurological structure and function. Research has demonstrated a preference for natural source vitamin E by various body tissues, including the brain and spinal cord, compared to synthetic vitamin E. Studies on Tardive Dyskinesia (a neurological disorder) patients have shown significant results using up to 1200 IU vitamin E for one month.

Brain Function - A number of studies have shown a protective role for vitamin E in various neurological disorders and diseases, including tardive dyskinesia, Parkinson disease, cognitive impairment, and Alzheimer disease. Recently, a team of researchers reviewed 380 studies on Alzheimer disease and their final recommendations for clinical treatment were approved by the American Academy of Neurology and the Alzheimer Association. Supplementation with large doses of vitamin E (1,000 IU twice daily) was one of the key therapeutic guidelines set.

Cardiovascular Protection -Vitamin E provides significant benefit in protecting against heart disease and stroke. The Cambridge Heart Antioxidant Study showed in 2000 subjects with existing heart disease, that after 510 days on either 400 or 800 IU/day of vitamin E experienced a significant 47% reduction in cardiovascular disease death. Some of the protective effects of vitamin E are due to its ability to modulate nitric oxide (NO) reactions.

Menopausal Symptoms - Early research from the 1940s demonstrated the effectiveness of vitamin E in relieving hot flushes, and other symptoms. Many nutritionists utilise 800 IU/day in treatment programmes.

Skin Health - The epidermis, which is the first line of defence against free radicals, contains a variety of antioxidants including the fat-soluble vitamin E and carotenoids, and the water-soluble vitamin C and glutathione. Research to date suggests that vitamin E is beneficial in reducing UV damage, effects of ozone, reducing UV-induced skin cancer, accelerating wound healing e.g. leg ulcers, and helping reduce facial wrinkles.

Dosage: 400 - 800 IU/day for general and therapeutic purposes. Much greater amounts are utilised in certain conditions. Up to 3,200 IU daily for several years has been used without toxicity problems.

Potential applications: Neurological disorders e.g. Parkinson?s disease, Alzheimer?s disease, tardive dyskinesia, cognitive impairment etc. diabetes, neuro-muscular degeneration, lupus, multiple sclerosis, cardiovascular disease, fibrocystic breast disease, wound healing, sun-protection, cancer, menopause.

Known contraindications: Vitamin E may potentiate the effects of anticoagulant drugs such as Coumadin and Warfarin. Although synergistic with Aspirin, vitamin E may also increase the inhibition of platelet aggregation caused by aspirin. Vitamin E has very low toxicity. Vitamin E has few reported side effects. Studies differ on possible harm caused by taking Vitamin E. Toxicity does not pose a risk. However, vitamin E in large amounts is a mild anticoagulant; if you are taking anticoagulant drugs then vitamin E may affect the dose needed. See a doctor first.

Interactions: Vitamin E interacts extensively with other antioxidant nutrients, especially vitamin C and selenium. Vitamin E also improves the use of vitamin A, may assist in converting B12 to its most active form, and protects EFAs from lipid peroxidation.

Useful links: Vascular protection - grape seed/pycnogenol, EFAs, antioxidant complex, hawthorn berry, CoQ10, folic acid/DHA, bilberry/eyebright, ester C. Brain / nerve protection - grape seed/pycnogenol, EFAs, antioxidant complex, ginkgo biloba, B complex

Note: Natural forms of vitamin E bound to krebs cycle intermediates such as acetates or succinates are more advantageous as they are more stable and highly bio-available. Look for d-alpha tocopheryl succinate as this is a natural form. The prefix dl- indlicates a synthetic vitamin E.

Interestingly, aspirin and vitamin E appear to work synergistically against the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Ingredients:

• Natural vitamin E (d-alpha tocopheryl succinate) (400iu) 330mg
• Viridian green food blend 70mg