Vitamin E supplement
Natural Tocotrienol and Tocopherol Complex
D alpha, beta, delta and gamma tocopherols
60 vitamin E Softgels
Natural Vitamin E is a Dietary Supplement. This product contains natural alpha, beta, delta and gamma tocopherols.
Tocotrienols and tocopherols are antioxidants that are 100% natural. These nutrients have been combined with d-alpha vitamin E and yeast-free selenium. The result is a synergistic combination of nutritional antioxidants. This Vitamin E supplement includes tocopherols and tocotrienols, not just alpha tocopherol.
Serving Size: 1 Vitamin E Softgel
Servings Per Bottle: 60
Amount Per Serving:
Vitamin E 230 IU - 765% daily value
(as d-alpha tocopherol)
Selenium 70 mcg - 100% daily value
Mixed Tocotrienols (Rice Bran) 150 mg
Alpha Tocotrienol 2 mg
Gamma Tocotrienol 23 mg
Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E)
Beta Tocopherol (17 mg) 7 IU
Gamma Tocopherol (15 mg) 2.9 IU
Delta Tocopherol (12 mg) 0.2 IU
Use: As a dietary supplement, take one vitamin E softgel a few times a week with food.
Additional ingredients in this vitamin E pill: Mixed Tocopherols, Gelatin, Oryza Oil (containing Rice Tocotrienols), Rice Bran Oil, Glycerin, Water, Selenium, Carob and Beeswax.
Contains no sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, milk, egg or preservatives.
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Vitamin E supplement questions:
Q. What is the tight amount to be taken daily. I have heard various ranges from 30 units to 1000 units a day.
A. Medical doctors, researchers, nutritionists, and various health care providers have different opinions on the ideal vitamin E dosage. Dr. Ray Sahelian says a range of 20 units to 100 units a day is appropriate for most people. Since vitamin E is fat soluble and is stored in the body, one can take a vitamin E 400 unit softgel a couple of times a week. Different doctors will have different opinions and no one knows for sure the ideal dosage. Some people may not even require any additional vitamin E whereas others many need 100 units or more. Much depends on one's diet.
Q. Can a vitamin E supplement be taken with the antioxidant acetylcysteine?
A. Vitamin E supplements can be taken together with other antioxidants, but the dosage of each should be reduced. Acetylcysteine and vitamin E supplements need not be taken daily, but a few times a week.
Q.What is the difference between synthetic and natural forms?
A. On a supplement label, natural vitamin E is listed as d-alpha tocopherol. In contrast, synthetic forms are labeled with a dl- prefix. Many studies evaluating the role of Vitamin E in health and disease have focused mostly on synthetic supplements. Results of studies using natural and mixed forms could possibly be completely different.
Vitamin E dosage
Q. What is the right dosage for vitamin E when taken for years?
A. Medical doctors still don't have the answer to the question as the ideal vitamin E dosage. Some doctors do not think people need to take any amount of vitamin E supplements, whereas other doctors recommend a daily intake of 100 to 400 units a day. Much depends on one's diet and dietary intake of this vitamin. As a general guideline, it seems safe to take 20 to 100 units of vitamin E most days of the week or a 400 unit vitamin E pill once or twice a week.
Vitamin E pill taken with food
A vitamin E pill can be taken with food, either breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Acne and pimples
Q. Does vitamin E help acne?
A. It does not appear that taking a vitamin E pill helps with acne.
Buy discount vitamin E supplement on sale. If you buy vitamin E supplements along with MultiVit Rx or other multivitamin products, use the Natural Tocotrienol and Tocopherol Complex supplement less frequently since most multivitamins contain vitamin E and we do not see the advantage of consuming too high an amount.