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Natural-E Complex

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InVite Health

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Vitamin E is one of the four fat-soluble essential vitamins.  It acts on cells by carrying nutrients into the cell, and protecting the integrity of the cell membrane.  There are technically eight isomers, or configurations of Vitamin E. Recent scientific studies on vitamin E show that all eight of its isomers; four Tocopherols and four Tocotrienols are the balanced method of vitamin E supplementation and provide the most general health benefits. The Tocopherols, with elevated gamma Tocopherols, have been shown to support healthy heart, immune and brain function.  InVite™ Health’s Natural E Complex contains 200IU of alpha-Tocopherol and a balanced mixed of the seven other isomers, including d-Beta, d-Gamma and d-Delta Tocopherols and 163mg of Tocomin®, a patented palm formula supplying the four Tocotrienols; d-Alpha, d-Beta, d-Gamma and d-Delta. Contains ingredients used in clinical trials.*

The FDA Claims associated with Vitamin E supplementation:

  • One weak and limited study suggests that vitamin E supplements may reduce the risk of renal cell cancer.  FDA concludes that it is highly uncertain that vitamin E supplements reduce the risk of renal cell cancer. 
  • One small study suggests that vitamin E supplements may reduce the risk of bladder cancer. However, two small studies showed no reduction of risk. Based on these studies, FDA concludes that it is highly unlikely that vitamin E supplements reduce the risk of bladder cancer.
  • Two weak studies and one study with inconsistent results suggest that vitamin E supplements may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. However, another limited study showed no reduction of risk. Based on these studies, FDA concludes that it is highly unlikely that vitamin E supplements reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.


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