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Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU (267 mg) – 100 Softgels

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Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU (267 mg)

Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU (267 mg) is a dietary supplement that provides an essential nutrient that helps protect cells from free radical damage. Free radicals are unstable molecules that can damage cells and contribute to the aging process and chronic diseases. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and protect cells from damage.

Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU is made with the d-alpha form of vitamin E, which is the most bioavailable form. This means that your body can absorb and use it more easily.

Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU (267 mg) price in Bangladesh

Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU (267 mg) price is 3090 Taka in Bangladesh at orpa.com.bd.

Key Ingredients

  • Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) 267 mg (400 IU)

Benefits

  • Protects cells from free radical damage
  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Promotes healthy skin and hair
  • May help reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer

How to Use

Take one softgel daily with water and a meal.

FAQ

Q: What is the difference between d-alpha tocopherol and dl-alpha tocopherol?

A: D-alpha tocopherol is the natural form of vitamin E, which is found in plants. DL-alpha tocopherol is a synthetic form of vitamin E that is made in a laboratory. D-alpha tocopherol is more bioavailable than DL-alpha tocopherol, which means that your body can absorb and use it more easily.

Q: How much vitamin E should I take daily?

A: The recommended daily intake of vitamin E for adults is 15 mg. Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU provides 267 mg of vitamin E, which is more than the recommended daily intake. However, taking up to 1,000 mg of vitamin E daily is generally considered safe for most adults.

Q: Can I take Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU with other medications?

A: It is important to talk to your doctor before taking Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU or any other dietary supplement with other medications. Vitamin E can interact with some medications, such as blood thinners and cholesterol-lowering medications.

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