Vitamin of E (Tocopherolum acetate) 2936280000
Vitamin E (tocopherol acetate) is a fat-soluble vitamin it dissolves and remains in the body's fatty tissue, thereby reducing the need for large amounts of the vitamin.
Fat-soluble vitamin deficiencies are not immediately apparent and are difficult to diagnose.
6-Acetoxy-2-methyl-2- (4,8,12-trimethyltridecyl) -chroman
Contained in vegetable and butter, herbs, milk, eggs, liver, meat, as well as cereal germs. As a food additive, designated as E306 (mixture of tocopherols), E307 (α-tocopherol), E308 (γ-tocopherol) and E309 (δ-tocopherol).
- Slows down the aging process of cells due to oxidation
- Tocopherol is the main antioxidant in food. In addition to vitamin E, vitamin C and beta-carotene are the best known antioxidants.
- helps in the treatment of eczema, skin ulcers, herpes and shingles
- Improves cell nutrition
- Strengthens the walls of blood vessels
- Prevents the formation of blood clots and promotes their resorption
- Strengthens the myocardium
- improves fertility, reduces and prevents hot flashes during menopause
Consumption rate .
According to modern Russian standards, the daily intake of vitamin E is 10 mg. These figures refer to d-α-tocopherol, which is naturally occurring and has the highest activity.
Minimum daily requirement for vitamin E:
- Babies 3-4 IU (usually completely obtained with mother's milk)
- Preschool children - 6-7 IU
- School children - 7-8 IU
- Men - 10 IU
- Women - 8 IU
- Pregnant and lactating women - 10-15 IU
|Day's dose||10 mgs.|