Helps support antioxidant activity
Helps build antioxidant enzymes in the body
Supports the antioxidant activity of vitamin E which protects against free radicals
May reduce the risk of certain cancers. Some scientific evidence suggest that the consumption of selenium may reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer. However, FDA has determined that this evidence is limited and not conclusive.
May help maintain a healthy prostate
|Product: ||Selenium 100|
|Brand: ||GNC (More Products)|
|Size: ||100 Tablets|
|Dosage: ||Take 1-2 tablets daily.|
3 Customer Reviews
by Kevin Lumpkin
I haven't used this product personally, but I have no doubt that it does what it promises - increases the selenium in your body. Coming from a scientific perspective, there's no conclusive evidence that an increase in selenium actually DOES anything good for your body. I don't think there's any evidence saying it will do harm, but I'd advise you not to get your hopes up.Part of a Thyroid Health Plan
GNC's Selenium 100 has been an integral part of my thyroid-support plan for several months now. While not technically hypothyroid, I am taking supplements that are supposedly thyroid-friendly. I have to say, I feel balanced and calm now that I've been on this regimen for a while.Great product, great price
When I was trying to get pregnant several years ago, Selenium was a supplement that kept coming up again and again in my reading. Apparently, in addition to the benefits listed in the product description above, Selenium has also been shown to prevent chromosome breakage (which causes birth defects and miscarriages).
Although I had purchased several different brands of Selenium depending on where I was shopping, GNC had some of the best prices (and best selection of other vitamins - including prenatals).
As always, if you are pregnant or trying to conceive, you should check with your doctor before adding any supplements to your diet.
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