Vitamin A Capsules
Vitamin A Capsules
Vitamin A Capsules
Vitamin A Capsules
Vitamin A Capsules
Vitamin A Capsules

Vitamin A Capsules

Regular price €18,99 €0,00

Grundpreis: €50,64 / 100g

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  • 90 vitamin A capsules with 3,000 µg pure retinyl acetate
  • Perfect for healthy eyes & skin
  • Without artificial additives
  • Quality from Germany
  • Suitable for vegans and children
  • Six months money-back guarantee
  • Fast & free shipping
  • Delivery time: 1-3 working days (EU + Switzerland 1-2 days longer)

Vitamin A Kapseln ohne Zusatzstoffe

What makes Vitamineule® Vitamin A capsules so special?

Our Vitamineule® Vitamin A capsules are produced in Germany and are free of artificial additives. Many manufacturers use inferior vitamin A variants, which are natural, but neither tolerated nor effective. Our vitamin A capsules contain 3,000 µg of pure retinyl acetate. This is the highest quality form of vitamin A that the body can best utilise. Our product is 100% vegan. Each batch is individually tested by an independent laboratory to ensure that our vitamin A capsules are of the highest quality. The production takes place according to DIN EN ISO / HACCP / FMV. Each can contains 90 vitamin A capsules.

What functions do vitamin A capsules fulfill?

Vitamin A / Retinol ...

  • ... helps to maintain normal vision
  • ... contributes to normal iron metabolism
  • ... helps to maintain normal skin
  • ... contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes
  • ... contributes to normal immune system function
  • ... has a function in cell specialization

    What is contained in the vitamin A capsules?

    Our Vitamineule® Vitamin A capsules contain only pure retinyl acetate and vegetable rice flour. The capsule shell consists of vegetable cellulose. There are no additives such as microcrystalline cellulose or magnesium stearate. Our vitamin A capsules are free of preservatives, colourings, aromas, genetic engineering, lactose, gluten and sugar.

    Which has the better effect: retinyl palmitate or retinyl acetate?

    Many people think that a purely natural substance always works better than a synthetic variant. Retinyl palmitate is often produced naturally, but it is produced with artificial additives and administered in the form of vitamin A drops. Retinyl acetate, on the other hand, has a much stronger effect than retinyl palmitate and is better tolerated than liquid vitamin A. Since retinyl acetate is often administered in capsules, there are considerably fewer additives. It is also much better tolerated than other vitamin A preparations.

    Why is beta-carotene not as effective as vitamin A?

    Beta-carotene is the provitamin A, i.e. the direct precursor to vitamin A. The body converts only a small part of the beta carotene to retinol and is therefore far less effective than pure vitamin A. We recommend retinyl acetate for an effective absorption of vitamin A.

    What do I need to know about the dosage of vitamin A?

    Since vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, it is stored in the body and forms a depot. To avoid overdose, we recommend that you always stick to the recommended daily dosage and never exceed it. Vitamin A hypervitaminosis can cause acute headaches, dizziness, nausea and hair loss. Please therefore always handle vitamin A preparations responsibly.

    How does your voluntary money-back guarantee work?

    All our products are developed, produced and shipped with the utmost care. However, if you are not satisfied with a product or if you are not tolerating it, you can return it within six months. If you want to buy our vitamin A capsules, you can do so without hesitation. This guarantee is voluntary and works independently of the legal rights of return.

    Do you have further questions about our vitamin A capsules?

    Just send us an e-mail to kundenservice@mach-dich-wach.de or call us at 09372/200470.

    The telephone customer service is available Monday to Friday from 9:00 - 15:00.

    Further information on the function and mode of action of vitamin A can be found in this blog post:

    https://mach-dich-wach.de/blogs/gesundheitsblog/vitamin-a-tagesbedarf-mangel-lebensmittel


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