Avian Vitamin E
In the bird world, vitamin E is used to improve fertility. It is also referred to as "fertility vitamin" . Avian Vitamin E is therefore a high quality vitamin for optimal fertilization in all birds. Due to the high Vitamin content, performance is increasing and has a positive effect on total metabolism. Unborn or dying eggs and deaths of young birds are often reversed to a shortage of vitamin E. Avian Vitamin E stimulates the generation of hormones that ensure optimum fertilization and easier harvesting of the young birds which ultimately Results in successful cultivation.
Vitamin E is also an important nutrient that has a regulatory effect on all types of body processes that tend to worsen in aging. Many of the beneficial effects of this vitamin are related to its function as a fat-soluble antioxidant.
That is, it protects all kinds of substances such as fats, Vitamin A and hormones against free radical destruction, which occur in oxidation processes in the body. Vitamin E also has anti-inflammatory action (it is a light COX-2 inhibitor) which is important for respiratory tract conditions.
In addition, vitamin E plays an important role in the immune system.
A number of recent studies showed that the immune response could be significantly improved by additional vitamin E.
Vitamin E has a particularly reduced increase in inflammatory drugs;
Improved blood flow by positive effect on the endothelium (vessel wall);
Drop of a substance that promotes clumping.
Vitamin E is the collective name for a number of tocopherols naturally present in nutrition, such as alpha, beta, gamma or delta tocopherol. Alfatocopherol is best absorbed in the cells and is therefore by far the most important form. The form present in vitamin E supplements is α-tocopherol or α-tocopherol acetate (D- or DL-form).
Avian Vitamin E is available in: 150g
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