There’s lots to love about city living, but the downside is you may be getting more than your fair share of exposure to airborne smoke and pollution. External pollutants, including cigarette smoke and ultraviolet light from the sun, are a major source of free radicals that can weaken your cells and speed up the aging process – both inside and out. Enter vitamin E, an antioxidant that can help protect cells from such free radical damage.
Health First Vitamin E contains d-alpha-tocopherol, a natural and more biologically active form of vitamin E, plus a balanced mixture of beta, gamma and delta tocopherols. This combination is most often recommended over a single tocopherol source as it offers more comprehensive benefits in the body’s cellular immune response and in eye, cardiovascular and brain health.