Natural Pineapple Flavour
Selenium is a micro-mineral that is predominantly found in seafood, wheat germ, bran, tuna, onions, tomatoes, broccoli, garlic, and brown rice. Brazil nuts are a particularly rich source. Selenium functions primarily as a component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase which works with vitamin E in preventing free radical damage to the cells.
Liposomal Dropper: Take twenty drops per day (1ml) on an empty stomach for maximum effect. Or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Once opened, consume within 45 days.
Liposomal Spray: Take one spray per day (0.125ml). Or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Spray into the mouth or onto the inside of the cheek. Once opened, consume within 180 days.
Liquid Dropper: Take two drops per day (0.1ml) on an empty stomach for maximum effect. Or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Once opened, consume within 225 days.
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Liposomal: Purified Water, Phosphatidylcholine (Soy Lecithin), Selenium (L-Selenomethionine), Stevia Extract (Sweetener), Masking Flavouring, Natural Pineapple Flavouring, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative).
Liquid: Purified Water, Selenium (sodium selenite), Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative), Stevia Extract (Sweetener), Natural Raspberry Flavouring.
For allergens see ingredients in bold. Product may contain traces of nuts.
Liposomal 30ml dropper bottle contains 30x 1ml servings.
Liposomal 15ml spray bottle contains 40x 0.375ml servings.
Liquid 15ml dropper bottle contains 150x 0.1ml servings.
Selenium contributes to the normal function of the immune system. It plays a key role in cell-mediated immunity. Supplementation has been shown to stimulate the activation of important immune cells and respond to antigens, enhancing immune function.
Selenium contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and nails. Deficiency of selenium has been associated with a variety of disorders of the hair and nails including alopecia, thinning hair, and nail abnormalities. Selenium supplementation has been shown to restore these disorders in cases where selenium levels are low.
Selenium contributes to normal spermatogenesis. Selenium is required for the formation of healthy sperm in the male reproductive system. A deficiency in selenium may, therefore, be a factor in male infertility and a supplement would be a sensible measure to protect against such a deficiency.