Vitamin E is primarily an antioxidant and is one of five members of the body’s antioxidant network. It is often used to help keep skin healthy and youthful, protecting it against UV damage and helping to heal wounds. Vitamin E also has many benefits for heart health. Vitamin E is not just one molecule, but a complex of eight different “vitamers” (four tocopherols and four tocotrienols). The benefits of all eight members of the vitamin E family cannot be ignored. For example, gamma-tocopherol and gamma-tocotrienol may be involved in helping to regulate blood pressure. In addition, people with low gamma-tocopherol have been found to have a higher incidence of prostate problems and cognitive decline.
People who supplement with regular vitamin E that contains only alpha-tocopherol (or one of the synthetic variations) should consider switching to a natural, full-spectrum vitamin E. Those who need antioxidant, skin health and cholesterol support may benefit from taking Total E™.
Olive and soybean oil (non-GMO).
Softgel: gelatin, glycerin, caramel powder
Take one softgel daily with a fat-containing meal, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner.
Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking blood pressure medication. Contains soy and sulphites. Do not use if you have a soy or sulphite allergy.