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Vitamin E

Vitamin E remains the best known antioxidant to the public along with Vitamin C. Less commonly known is that vitamin E comes in different forms with different strengths and benefits. Tocotrienols which are generally substantially more expensive than the commonly used tocopherol forms of E  may be as much as 40 times more potent per milligram than standard alpha-tocopherol for protecting against elevated cholesterol, LDL oxidation, and atherosclerotic plaque formation. A recent study showed that mice given tocotrienols survived longer than mice given regular vitamin E. The scientists speculated about identifying one component of tumor growth-suppressive action in specific plants.

E (VITAMIN E) -mixed TOCO is a major anti-oxidant nutrient; retards cellular aging due to oxidation; supplies oxygen to the blood which is then carried to the heart and other organs, thus alleviating fatigue; aids in bringing nourishment to cells; strengthens the capillary walls & prevents the red blood cells from absorbing destructive poisons; prevents & dissolves blood clots; has also been used by doctors in helping prevent sterility, muscular dystrophy, calcium deposits in blood walls and heart conditions. Tocotrienol Complex contains four different compounds of the vitamin E family, which some studies suggest may be as much as 40 times more potent per milligram than standard alpha-tocopherol for protecting against elevated cholesterol, LDL oxidation, and atherosclerotic plaque formation. A recent study showed that mice given tocotrienols survived longer than mice given regular vitamin E.

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