You want extra antioxidant support to help fight free radicals.*
You want extra immune support to help you feel like your best self*
You follow a low-fat diet or avoid nuts, seeds, and eggs and your diet could benefit from an additional source of vitamin E.
Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that helps fight free radicals in the body.* Free radicals can cause oxidative stress, which may damage cells. Free radicals can be produced from things like car exhaust, smoking, even your own body.
Vitamin E is found in many foods like nuts, seeds, egg yolks and peanut butter. Some people, especially those on low-fat diets, may not get the recommended amount of Vitamin E from their diet alone, making supplementation extra important.*
Take with food and plenty of water
Morning pack: Take with or after breakfast
Evening pack: Take with a late afternoon snack or dinner
Bedtime pack: Take about an hour before going to bed
Vitamin E assists in many functions - it stabilizes cell membranes and regulates oxidation reactions in the body. Vitamin E is the primary fat soluble antioxidant that is naturally found on the outermost skin surface.
Researchers tested the antioxidant effects of Vitamin E by measuring levels of oxidative stress on the skin.1 Subjects received a supplement of carotenoids or the same supplement plus Vitamin E. It was found that the addition of Vitamin E provided greater support against oxidative stress of the skin than carotenoid- only supplements.*
1. Stahl, W. et al. Carotenoids and carotenoids plus vitamin E protect against ultraviolet light-induced erythema in humans. AM J Clin Nutr. 2000 Mar;71(3):795-8