Cod Liver Oil Capsules
Red Seal Cod Liver Oil General Health Optimiser with Vitamins A & D. Vitamins A & D support the immune system, maintaining skin hair, eye and bone health. Helps to maintain healthy lungs and airways. Supports joint mobility and nerve function. Contains essential fatty acids (omega 3) which are important in preventing many disease processes. They are particularly helpful in inflammatory conditions & conditions which affect the nervous system. Useful in helping build immunity. Each capsule contains 275mg of cod liver oil, containing 2000IU Vitamin A and 200IU Vitamin D. 100 Capsules
For use as a vitamin A and D supplement. The recommended adult daily intake of Vitamin A from all sources is 2500IU. Just one capsule per day will ensures your full requirement of this vitamin is met. Cod liver oil can be helpful in conditions such as arthritis, acne, alcoholism, crohn's disease, shingles, asthma, eye problems, bone fractures, muscle weakness, osteoporosis, and pancreatic or gallbladder disease.
Dosage: 1 or 2 capsules daily with food.
Whilst Cod liver Oil contains some naturally occurring vitamin A and D, this formula is fortified with additional vitamins to make a high potency, one a day formula. Vitamins A and D are both fat soluble vitamins that participate in many biochemical reactions throughout the body. As a Vitamin A supplement, cold liver oil can be used for the health of mucous membranes, skin, as an antioxidant, to assist night vision and help relieve acne. As a vitamin D supplement, cod liver oil can be used to increase calcium absorption and assist in the prevention of osteoporosis. A deficiency of vitamin D may be associated with diarrhoea, insomnia and softening of the bones and teeth.
Each capsule contains: Cold Liver oil 275mg, Fortified oil containing, Vitamin A: 2mg (2000IU), Vitamin D3 0.2mg (200IU), Encapsulating aids. Contains peanut oil. May contain traces of soy. No added yeast, gluten, artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners, dairy, corn, wheat or preservatives.
Keep out of reach of Children. High intakes of Vitamin A during pregnancy may cause birth defects. Seek advice before self prescribing.