Selenomethionine is an amino acid containing selenium. Selenium and vitamin E appear to have synergistic effects, since some signs of vitamin E deficiency in animals can be alleviated by dietary selenium. Dietary selenium is generally well absorbed and utilized in the body. The richest food sources of selenium are seafood and organ meats, followed by muscle meats, cereals and grains, and dairy products. Fruits and vegetables are typically low in selenium, and low selenium status has been reported in vegetarians.
|Each Serving Contains||Amount per Serving||% of Daily Value|
|Selenium (from seleno-methionine)||200mcg||286%|
|* Percent of Daily Value Not Established|
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