Buy Kirkland Signature E 180MG 400IU Dl- Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate 500softgels
Vitamin E is well-known for its antioxidant properties, but it also helps to maintain a healthy immune system and stabilizes cell membranes. Many cells, including heart muscle cells and nerve cells, require it. Vitamin E is an essential nutrient, which means it can’t be made by the body and must be obtained through food in order to stay healthy. In just one daily softgel, Kirkland Signature Vitamin E provides 180mg (400 IU) of this important nutrient.
• Immune system support
• Antioxidant protection
• Take 1 softgel per day.
Vitamin E is actually a group of eight fat-soluble molecules that have antioxidant properties. Only one of these forms, alpha tocopherol, meets human vitamin E requirements. Vitamin E’s primary function is to serve as the body’s primary fat-soluble antioxidant. As a result, it can provide antioxidant support in areas where water-soluble antioxidants can’t reach, such as cell membranes.
Antioxidants aid in the fight against free radicals and contribute to overall health. Free radicals are highly reactive molecules that can harm cell membranes. They occur naturally in our bodies, but pollution, smoking, and sun exposure can exacerbate them. Vitamin E helps to stabilize cell membranes when it is given to cells in sufficient amounts. Because cells are found all over the body, vitamin E is very important to maintaining general good health.
Over 90% of Americans get insufficient vitamin E from food alone. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for alpha-tocopherol is 15 mg per day. Low-fat diets are the most likely to fall short of this recommendation among the many popular eating patterns available. In most diets, vegetable oils are the primary source of vitamin E. Nuts and seeds like sunflower seeds, almonds, and hazelnuts, as well as fruits and vegetables like avocado, spinach, asparagus, Swiss chard, and broccoli, are additional dietary sources.
If the diet is changed to focus on nuts, seeds, and a variety of fruits and vegetables, it can be difficult to meet the daily requirements for vitamin E without exceeding the recommended fat intake limits. Vitamin E supplements are a simple way to make up for any nutritional gaps that may arise from relying solely on food intake. Because vitamin E is fat-soluble, taking supplements with a high-fat meal can aid absorption.