Ingredients & DescriptionE-Gems, Natural Vitamin E, 600 IU Soft Gels
Several prominent researchers believe that to perform at its best, the human body needs more than the U.S. Daily Value (DV) of 30 IU Vitamin E daily. The average American diet supplies considerably less than this amount. Dr. Evan Shute, a Canadian physician internationally recognized for his 30 years of clinical work with Vitamin E stated, We think that the average normal female should have 400 IU a day and the average normal male about 600 IU a day.
Carlson's golden gelatin gems containing concentrated natural-source vitamin E oil, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate. The vitamin E in Veg E-GEMS is derived from soybean oil. Vitamin E is an essential and important antioxidant nutrient that promotes a healthy heart and cardiovascular system to help maintain your good health.
Studies support the bodys preference for Natural Vitamin E. Research shows natural Vitamin E to have twice the biological activity of synthetic Vitamin E, and is retained within the body longer.
Supporting Healthy Heart and Cardiovascular System
Directions: Take one soft gel daily, preferably at mealtime.
Serving Size: 1 soft gel
|Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acetate from soy)||600 IU||2000%|
|*Daily Value Not Established|
Other ingredients: Sunflower oil, beef gelatin, glycerin, water.
Natural color and taste. Wheat-free. Gluten-free. Yeast-free. Milk-free. Sugar-free. Salt-free. Preservative-free.
On each Carlson Vitamin E label youll find the words: Independently Assayed to Guarantee 100% Potency, 100% Natural-Source Vitamin E. Carlson does not just promise quality, we guarantee it. Every batch of Vitamin E product is assayed (tested) for potency and source by an independent testing firm who is registered with the FDA as following Good Laboratory Practices. Every assay report since our beginning, like the one shown at right, is available for viewing at our Laboratory. Copies of individual assay reports may be requested.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.