AdvaCare is a GMP manufacturer of Vitamin E softgels.
Vitamin E, also known as tocopherol, is a fat-soluble antioxidant that can only be obtained through food supplements; the body does not produce it naturally. Vitamin E can be found naturally in foods including nuts, oils, grains, fruits, and wheat. It can treat vitamin E deficiency which is rare but can occur in low-weight premature infants and those with certain genetic disorders. Vitamin E deficiency is associated with a disorder called Movement Disorder, or ataxia. The benefits of vitamin E are numerous and are as follows:
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that fights cholesterol oxidation. When cholesterol oxidizes, it becomes dangerous. Cholesterol is naturally required by the body for proper functioning in cells, nerves, and hormones. Vitamin E is able to reduce free radical damage, inflammation, and symptoms associated with aging. By fighting free radical damage, vitamin E helps to prevent heart disease and cancer. It also reduces inflammation in the body and outsideon the skin. These benefits can help reduce the likelihood of getting skin cancer for those exposed to cigarette smoke and sunlight UV rays.
Vitamin E can also decrease signs of acne and eczema, treat scars, and relieve sunburn. It also helps to decrease the damage to hair, making it thicker and more moisturized. Vitamin E can help with hormonal balance naturally by relieving hormonal imbalance symptoms such as PMS, weight gain, allergies, anxiety, and fatigue. PMS symptoms can be reduced in severity and duration. Other age-related benefits offered by Vitamin E include protection from macular degeneration in the eyesight.
Vitamin E improves blood circulation and so can strengthen capillary walls and improve physical endurance and muscle strength. It is critical during pregnancy to protect fatty acids and control inflammation. Vitamin E helps to thin the blood, which prevents blood platelets from clumping and thus reduces the risk of sunstroke, coronary artery disorder, or heart disease.
Take Vitamin E as directed and in moderation. Vitamin E is unsafe in high doses. Symptoms and side effects of an overdose may include nausea, diarrhea, cramps, fatigue, weakness, headache, rash, and bleeding.