Vitamins A and E are rightly considered the vitamins of youth, which have the most beneficial effect on the entire body. In the pharmaceutical industry, tocopherol (vitamin E) and retinol (vitamin A) are produced in the form of oil solutions, tablets, capsules, and powdered dragees.
You can take vitamins A and E in "natural" form, enriching your diet with legumes, wheat germ, some types of cabbage (Brussels sprouts, broccoli), herbs, spinach, dairy products, fish oil, meat and fish products.
The standard daily dosage of vitamin E intake is 10 mg, which corresponds to one capsule. As a preventive measure, you can use one ampoule of tocopherol once a day during a meal. If you are prescribed more by the doctor's prescription, then take a standard dose of the vitamin (10 mg) every time you eat.
It should be remembered that the beneficial qualities of vitamin E are enhanced in the presence of selenium, and are lost with the simultaneous use of mineral oils, iron, chlorine. In natural products, the content of vitamin E decreases during thermal processing, freezing or, conversely, when exposed to high temperatures.
Regular consumption of vitamin A oil capsules will help you to strengthen the immune system. The prophylactic daily dose of retinol is 1.5 mg. However, keep in mind that the use of vitamin A capsules gives a very quick effect and promotes its accumulation in the liver, heart, lungs. That is why in no case should you abuse retinol intake or independently increase its daily dosage.
With all the positive properties, taking vitamins A and E is not recommended for pregnant women in the first trimester of pregnancy, since it is at this time that the vital tissues and organs of the baby are formed, and excessive exposure to vitamins and trace elements can adversely affect this natural process. But women during menopause or while taking hormonal drugs, as well as nursing mothers, can use an increased dose of vitamin E.