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Vitamin E Capsules

Vitamin E capsules from Pharma Nord contribute to the protection of body cell constituents from oxidative stress. A major fat-soluble antioxidant, vitamin E protects cell membranes from damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are toxic chemicals, generated within the body as unwanted by-products of normal metabolism. In addition, environmental pollutants can generate free radicals.

Why Pharma Nord Vitamin E Capsules?

  • Bio-E-Vitamin is manufactured to pharmaceutical standards
  • Each capsule contains 200IU (134mg) of d-alpha-tocopherol
  • Designed to withstand stomach acidity in order to ensure optimum absorption
  • Gluten Free / Lactose Free / Yeast Free / Sugar Free

The best dietary sources of vitamin E are foods that happen to have a high fat content (such as nuts and avocados). Individuals who are on low fat diets may obtain their vitamin E requirement via dietary supplements.

Ageing, smoking and drinking alcohol are all factors in reducing levels of vitamin E. Diets containing a high proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids may result in deficient vitamin E absorption.

Vitamin E (natural or synthetic) can occur in different chemical forms (principally alpha-, beta-, delta- and gamma tocopherols), which have different biological activity; the most effective form of vitamin E utilized by the human body is d-alpha-tocopherol.

Pharma Nord Bio-E-Vitamin
Our vitamin E capsules each contain 200 IU (134mg) of d-alpha-tocopherol. 

We recommend 1 capsule per day, or as directed by a physician.

Vitamin E may rarely cause gastrointestinal disturbances or headaches. People taking anticoagulant medications or those with a Vitamin K deficiency may have an increased risk of bleeding with high intakes of Vitamin E.

Our In-House team including our Senior Nutritionist has written articles on vitamin E:


Vitamin E Capsules:

The name of the preparation is Bio-E-Vitamin. It is sold as capsules packed in blister packs, in boxes of 150.

Declared content per capsule:

  • Vitamin E 134mg (equivalent to 200IU)
  • Soya bean oil
  • Bovine Gelatine
  • Glycerol

The raw materials comply with government regulations in the EC and Scandinavia. Testing ensures that the raw materials are in accordance with their certificates of analysis.

The capsules are produced under pharmaceutical control.

The preparation is clear soft gelatine capsule with light yellowish oil.

The capsules are packed in a transparent plastic blister pack with an aluminium membrane approved for use with food.

All blister packs are batch numbered and the boxes are date stamped in accordance with current regulations.

Minimum 3 years.

Product to be stored at room temperature.

The rights to this product belong to:

Pharma Nord ApS, Denmark.

More information is available on request.


If taken as recommended (1 capsule per day):

150 capsules – 150 day supply

Yes, as it is a smooth gelatine capsule. However, those who have difficulty swallowing capsules, can pierce and squeeze out the contents.


Vitamin E is primarily found in vegetable foods. Liver contains quite a lot of vitamin E. Other natural vitamin E sources include foods like:

  • Fats
  • Nuts
  • Corn products
  • Eggs
  • Cheese
  • Oily fish
  • Milk

Relative to the food we eat, the size of individual nutrients are actually incredibly small. As a result, we need to use units other than grammes (g) to describe them. Here’s what the common units for nutrients are:

Grammes (G)- often used to describe nutritional powders.  Most teaspoons of powder weigh approximately 5g.

Milligrams (Mg)- 1000mg is equal to 1g

Micrograms (Mcg or μg)- 1000μg is equal to 1mg

International Units (IU)- Slightly more complex than milligrams (mg) and micrograms (μg), International Units measure differently from nutrient to nutrient. The most common nutrients that are likely to be measured in IU are vitamins D, E and A.

  • Vitamin D: 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.025 μg of D2 or D3
  • Vitamin A: 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.3 mcg retinol
  • Beta-carotene (provitamin A): 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.6 μg of beta carotene
  • Vitamin E: 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.67 mg d-alpha-tocopherol

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