VITAMIN E prevents the development and progression of the conditions in which the oxidative stress is involved (chronic, degenerative diseases, exposure to strong pollutants, overloads or overstressing, and intense efforts). Vitamin E has an antioxidant potential and thus increases the protection against the free radicals that can cause cell damage or accelerate cell aging. As the Vitamin E is not synthesized in the body, it must be taken by diet.
Malabsorption syndrome associated with pancreatic insufficiency, cystic fibrosis or other hepato-biliary tract disorders (chronic cholestasis, liver cirrhosis, biliary atresia, obstructive jaundice) digestive disorders (celiac disease, enteric region, tropical sprue) Abetalipoproteinemia Acanthosis increased vitamin E requirements.
Vitamin E 400 mg capsules: gelatin, 85% anhydrisorb, 85% glycerol, sodium p-hydroxybenzoate, sodium p-hydroxybenzoate.
Adults: The usual recommended dose is 100-300 mg of α-tocopheryl acetate per day, administered by oral route. If necessary, the dose can be increased to 400-500 mg daily. The dose should be individualised, depending on the particularities of each case.
In the case of vitamin E deficiency associated with abetalipoproteinemia, the recommended daily dose is 50-100 mg α-tocopherol acetate / kg body weight.
In the case of vitamin E deficiency associated with cystic fibrosis, the recommended daily dose is 100-200 mg of α-tocopherol acetate.
Hypersensitivity to vitamin E, to any of the product’s excipients or to peanut oil. Hypervitaminosis E
Box with 24 gelatin capsules of 400 mg each