The symbol for a mixture of a group of unsaturated fatty acids is linoleic, linolenic, arachidonic. Vitamin F c is called lipid preparations containing essential fatty acids, in particular gamma-linolenic. Anticholesterol Vitamin. Contained in vegetable oils and lard, linseed oil, sunflower, soybeans, peanuts; oatmeal , corn, nuts. All vegetable oils should be first cold pressed, unfiltered, undeodorized, because when heated, the vitamin is destroyed and loses its healing properties. It has a deep metabolic effect, has a positive effect on carbohydrate metabolism, enhances the lipotropic effect of choline, lowers blood sugar, promotes the utilization of cholesterol by converting their esters of insoluble fatty acids into soluble, easily eliminated from the body, and reduces the risk of thrombosis. It causes an increase in estrogen in the blood, strengthens the body’s resistance to certain infections, stimulates the development of immunity, and enhances the effect of vitamins. It has anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effects, an effect on spermatogenesis, and stimulates the development of immunity. It enhances the lipolytic activity and regenerative ability of the epidermis, improves local blood and lymph circulation. When administered orally, acids and their esters act in the same way; when applied to the skin, the advantage is given to acids, which are better than esters to cross the skin barrier.
Indications for use.
Seborrhea, aging skin, brittleness and hair loss, brittle nails, trophic ulcers, acne, allergic diseases, autoimmune inflammatory diseases, prevention of phlebitis, diabetes mellitus, lipid metabolism disorders.
Vitamin F is not toxic, but excessive intake can lead to weight gain. With oral administration of vitamin F, acids and their esters act the same, and with cutaneous use, acids are better than esters penetrate the skin barrier. When taken orally to protect vitamin F and enhance its action, it should be taken with antioxidants, as well as with vitamin B6 and zinc, selenium. Vitamin F enhances the effects of vitamins A, B, D, E. Increased carbohydrate intake negatively affects the absorption of vitamin F. Vitamin F is a part of many cosmetic creams that are produced by the industry to treat and prevent aging skin.
Mode of application.
Vitamin F is taken orally. Children under 12 years old: 1 capsule 3 times a day for 1 month; from 12 years old – 2 capsules 3 times a day for 1 month; adults – 3-5 capsules 3 times a day with meals for 3-6 months.