When you’re searching for the right Vitamin E supplement for you, the main thing to remember is that there’s a big difference between natural and synthetic forms. Always pay attention to what’s on the label and stick with the natural option. Read on to find out why.
Drug interactions occur when there’s an increase or decrease of a drug’s absorption or distribution throughout the body, when there are alterations made to the drug by the body’s metabolism and when the drug is fully eliminated from the body. Interactions can have either additive or canceling effects on the body.
Vitamin E is an essential nutrient for good health, and its major claim to fame is as an antioxidant. The pharmacokinetics of Vitamin E reveal that it generally has high bioavailability, and depends heavily on the presence of fat. Here’s how it generally behaves once it’s in the body.