This very precious and powerful antioxidant is found naturally in many animal and vegetable products.
We intake with our alimentation, from fatty fish (salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel), animal liver, whole grains and other vegetables such as soy, spinach, wheat germ, dried fruit and oils.
It is an enzymatic co-factor responsible for transporting electrons across the mitochondrial membrane. It, therefore, participates in the energy production of every cell in our body.
At the level of cell membranes it performs a strong anti-free radical action, reducing the
lipid and protein peroxidation, protecting our membranes and cells from the rancidity and degradation of proteins.
Like Vitamin C, it has the ability of re-generate Vitamin E
Present in the following products: