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Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels 100 Capsules

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Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels 100 Capsules

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SOLGAR VITAMIN E 400 IU MIXED SOFTGELS CAPSULES is a high quality health food supplement

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Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels 100 Capsules - Products fact sheet


Each Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels typically provides:



Calories from Fat


Total Fat

1 g

Vitamin E (as D-alpha tocopherol)

400 IU

Capsulated with these additional natural ingredients: Safflower Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, D-Beta Tocopherol, D-Delta Tocopherol, D-Gamma Tocopherol, Soy Lecithin.

Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels does not contain Sugar, Salt Starch, Corn, Yeast, Soy, Wheat, Dairy Products, Preservatives, Artificial Flavors or colors.

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Precautions: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have a medical condition, please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking any Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels supplement.

Storage Instructions for Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels: To assure freshness and potency of this supplement product, store at room temperature 15°-30°C (59°-86°F). Store supplements away from heat, light and moisture. Do not use if neck seal is missing, torn or damaged in any way.

Solgar Dosage suggestions for this Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels supplement:

As a food supplement for adults, take one (1) Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels, daily with juice or water in between meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.


General information about the ingredients used in this supplement product:

(This is NOT product specific and is only listed as educational material)

Vitamin E, is one of the most essential lipid soluble antioxidant nutrients. The natural form of vitamin E, d-alpha-tocopherol, is well retained by the body as compared to the synthetic form (dl-alpha-tocopherol). The vitamin is available for use by the body in the ratio of 2:1 for natural source Vitamin E over synthetic Vitamin E. Absorption of vitamin E in the body depends on the normal pancreatic biliary function, biliary secretion, micelle formation, and incursion across intestinal membranes. Hindrance of any kind with any of these processes could result in a deficiency of the vitamin.

Functions of Vitamin E:

Vitamin E is thought to have a function in preventing atherosclerosis by inhibiting the oxidation of LDL (low-density lipoprotein). Several studies have suggested that high dietary intake of vitamin E is associated with high serum concentrations of alpha tocopherol, and lower rates of ischemic heart disease. Vitamin E appears to act within membranes by preventing the propagated oxidation of saturated fatty acids. Oxidized LDL particles are used up more readily by macrophages than by native LDLs, which lead to the construction of cholesterol laden foam cells found in the fatty streak of early atherosclerosis. Vitamin E appears to enhance lymphocyte proliferation, reduce the creation of immunosuppressive prostaglandin E2, and lessen levels of immunosuppressive serum lipid peroxides.

Symptoms of Vitamin E Deficiency:

Vitamin E deficiency is difficult to distinguish, but the early symptoms of its deficiency include edema and skin lesions in infants and muscle weakness or irregular claudication in adults. In premature neonates, vitamin E deficiency produces hemolytic anemia, thrombocythemia, and erythematous papular skin rashes, followed by desquamation.

Good Food Sources of Vitamin E:

D-alpha-tocopherol or Vitamin E is available in foods such as leafy green vegetables, eggs, sunflower seeds, whole grains, wheat germ, spinach, seeds and nuts. Vitamin E, one of the most important lipid-soluble antioxidant nutrients, is found in nut oils, sunflower seeds, whole grains, wheat germ, and spinach.


If you have any questions regarding the Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels food supplement or daily dosage please write to us:

Notice: Please remember that all Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels and other health food supplement products should never replace a varied diet. Supplements should only be seen as a complement to prevent deficiency symptoms and promote general health benefits and well-being, but never as a replacement for healthy eating habits.

Safety Note: To avoid side-effects never exceed the daily dosage recommendations for this Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels supplement. Always discuss with your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking prescribed medications before you begin any Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels supplement programs, as interactions and side-effects can sometimes occur. Some medications can also reduce the absorption of Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels supplements. Also keep in mind that food supplements should always be kept out of reach of young children.

Disclaimer: The product ingredient description on this page is from the manufacturer and has not been evaluated by This Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or medical condition. does not imply any medical claims from the customer reviews on Solgar Vitamin E 400 IU Mixed Softgels found on this website.

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