Vitamin E 400i.u. - 60 Softgels
Vitamin E in the body, acts as an antioxidant, helping to protect cells from the normal wear and tear caused by free radicals. Free radicals come from the food we eat being turned into energy or through environmental causes such as pollution or ultraviolet light from the sun. In addition to all the properties you will find with an antioxidant, vitamin E plays a large role in cellular health.
1. Vegetable oils like wheat germ, sunflower, and safflower oils are among the best sources of vitamin E. Nuts (especially, almonds) and seeds (like sunflower seeds) are also among the best sources of vitamin E.
2. Vitamin E is fat-soluble, meaning the body stores it and uses it as needed.