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DSM in Food, Beverages & Dietary Supplements

Vitamin E and the latest science

Consumption of vitamin E has been in decline in recent years and it is now estimated that more than 90 per cent of the population in the US do not meet the dietary intake recommendations. The impact of low vitamin E intake globally is a serious public health concern and there is an urgent requirement for additional research.

E is for Essential

Vitamin E is essential to health and plays an important role in supporting brain, eye, cardiovascular, maternal and infant health, as well as protecting the skin. The European Commission has authorized an Article 13.1 health claim stating that ‘vitamin E contributes to the protection of cell constituents from oxidative damage’. Click here to learn more about the science behind vitamin E.

Intake recommendations

Daily multivitamin supplementation is a safe and effective way to achieve the recommended intake of essential micronutrients. Download DSM’s new white paper to learn more about the role that vitamin E can play in addressing global health concerns, as well as ongoing work to reassess intake recommendations.

New research

DSM is calling on consumers, healthcare professionals, scientists and governments to take note of recent studies on vitamin E, as well as ongoing work to determine intake recommendations. DSM is also leading a wider initiative - Vitamins in Motion - to highlight the critical role that vitamins play in overall nutrition and health.

Formulation advances

As the world’s largest supplier of vitamin E, DSM’s comprehensive Quali®-E portfolio of oil and dry forms is suitable for a wide range of applications.