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*As L-Selenomethionine - 75mcg - 136% of Daily NRV* in Feel Multivitamin™
  • Powerful antioxidant contributing to the protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • Maintains healthy hair and nails
  • Supports your immune system
  • Contributes to normal thyroid function
  • May support your cardiovascular system

Why We Love Selenium

While many people are unaware of the amazing benefits of selenium, this mineral is essential to your health, and it boosts your overall well-being in a variety of ways. Selenium’s main claim to fame is its incredible effectiveness as an antioxidant; by eliminating free radicals, this nutrient allows your body to do its work unimpeded.

Through its antioxidant action, selenium appears to keep your nervous system healthy, can protect you from coronary heart disease, and improve the responsiveness of your immune system.

What’s more, selenium contributes to normal thyroid function and this mineral can even help reduce oxidative stress and therefore minimising inflammation in the body. No multivitamin is complete without selenium, which is why we made sure to include your full daily dose of this impressive nutrient in Feel.


Through its antioxidant action, selenium appears to keep your nervous system healthy

Unbelievable Benefits of Selenium

Medical research has established that selenium has several compelling benefits that make this mineral an integral part of your diet. Here are the highlights:

Antioxidant Benefits

Free radicals are natural parts of your immune system that can get out of hand. Certain lifestyle choices and environmental factors can increase the levels of free radicals in your body, which leads to oxidative stress.

This type of stress can cause all sorts of diseases from heart disease to diabetes. Selenium, however, is a powerful antioxidant that puts free radicals in check and prevents the inflammation that harms your bodily tissues. When you get plenty of selenium in your diet, you age slower, and you’re less at risk of developing conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and stroke.

Cardiovascular Benefits

A meta-analysis of the available research found that increasing your selenium levels by 50 percent reduces your risk of coronary artery disease by 24 percent. Selenium reduces inflammation throughout your body, and since inflammation is one of the main causes of heart disease, these results make a lot of sense. Specifically, supplementing with selenium increases levels of glutathione peroxidase, which reduces your risk of both coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis.

Neurological Benefits

People with Alzheimer’s disease have lower levels of selenium, and research indicates that supplementing with selenium may improve the symptoms of this condition.

Immune Benefits

Selenium deficiency slows down the responsiveness of your immune system. Supplementing with this nutrient appears to improve the immune responsiveness of patients with immune-compromising conditions like AIDS, tuberculosis, and hepatitis C.

Other Benefits

People with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis experienced symptom reduction after supplementing with selenium. Additionally, supplementing with selenium appears to improve the symptoms of asthma.