These levels tend to be low in Britain presenting a problem for farmers who often have to supplement their livestocks diets with selenium. However, very little can be done to boost the selenium levels in vegetable crops and refining of cereals further reduces the selenium content by up to 75%. Official figures from MAFF show that 8 out of 10 people already have a deficiant intake of selenium.
We believe that a good selenium supplement should supply 200µg per day. That's why our Selenium A,C and E was the first to contain this level and why we routinely include 200µg in our Multis. The Multis listed here all contain this excellent level, which is usually recommended by Nutritionists.