Natural E Complex
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Natural E Complex - New & Improved Formula!
Antioxidant, Vitamin Supplement
Vitamin E has a noteworthy effect on fertility, muscle health, and vision protection, and has a powerful effect on shielding the brain and memory during the aging process. Vitamin E helps protect the heart and blood vessel health, and supports bone health and strength. Vitamin E is the collective name for a group of fat-soluble compounds with distinctive antioxidant activities that help prevent the oxidation of fat-soluble tissues in the body to lower the level of dangerous lipid peroxides. Naturally occuring Vitamin E exists in eight forms, split evenly into two families - four tocopherols and four tocotrienols that are exceedingly powerful antioxidants even in nano-scale concentrations. Vitaman E is often lacking in obese individuals, vegans, and the elderly.*
Important Components of Natural Vitamin E
Recent scientific studies on Vitamin E show that all eight of these, which include four Tocopherols and four Tocotrienols, are necessary for effective Vitamin E supplementation. These eight different forms must be taken together to provide maximum overall health benefits. The Tocopherols in particular (with elevated gamma Tocopherols) have been shown to support healthy heart, immune and brain function, and all of the isomers are known to provide excellent antioxidant protection.*
Consumers must be aware of the misleading synthetic Vitamin E (dl-alpha tocopheryl and all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl) reported in the news. As a consumer of Vitamin E, switch to the natural form of vitamin E that contains all 4 Tocopherols (alpha, beta, delta and gamma), and when possible, all 4 Tocotrienols (alpha, beta, delta and gamma). One reason why it’s important to have a mixed bag of isomers is because alpha-tocopherol supplements decrease plasma gamma-tocopherol concentrations. The body intentionally retains alpha-tocopherol 3 times longer in order to use it in the formation of LDL (bad cholesterol).
The RDA on Vitamin E only includes alpha-Tocopherol and leaves out the other seven isomers.
Vitamin E offers protection from a diverse range of free radicals including the following:
- Halts Lipid peroxidation by breaking the chain of events that leads to oxidation and oxidative cellular damage†
- Quenches singlet oxygen†
- Helps stabilize the superoxide free radical†
- Stabilizes the hydroxyl radical†
- Spares selenium and stabilizes Beta-Carotene helping regenerate antioxidant activities†
- Stabilizes the cellular membrane structure of all cells in our body†
Why Take InVite®'s Natural E Complex?
- Non-GMO Dietary Supplement
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Made with Licaps® technology (liquid-filled vegetarian capsules) employing advanced delivery methods for efficient absorption
- Uses Tocomin® palm Tocotrienols that have been the focus of multiple published human clinical trials, supplying all four Tocotrienols plus the addition of all four Tocopherols
- Wheat and Gluten-free
For great discounts, a superb assortment of top-grade nutraceuticals and nutritional supplements like this Vitamin E supplement, and access to our professional nutritionists, look no further – great health starts right here at InVite® Health. To ask a question or to purchase your Natural E Complex, call us today at (800) 632-0541 or click here to find a store near you!
Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement for adults, take one (1) capsule once or twice a day with food, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
|Serving Size: 1 Vegetarian Licaps® Capsule
|Servings Per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving
|Vitamin E d-alpha-Tocopherol
Palm Tocotrienol 108 mg
Mixed Tocopherols 272 mg
D-Alpha Tocopherol 150 mg
|*Daily Value (DV) not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose (Capsule), Water.
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS SOY.
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What are the Benefits of Vitamin E?
Vitamin E refers to a group of eight fat-soluble compounds that include four Tocopherols and four Tocotrienols. The gamma form of tocopherolis the most common Vitamin E compound consumed in the American diet, found naturally in corn and soybean oil, margarine and various food and salad dressings.
Important functions of Vitamin E include its antioxidant protection, enzyme and neurological activities, and gene expressions in the body. It is essential for cell signaling, meaning it coordinates the communication between cell perceptions and reactions. Vitamin E supplementation helps combat damaging free radicals, protecting oxygen-sensitive compounds like Vitamin A from being destroyed by oxidation reactions. Vitamin E helps to boost insulin activity in the body and can improve blood glucose metabolism function. In addition, Vitamin E acts as a potent antioxidant for the cell membranes. It helps protect the lungs, and it may also reduce the risk of heart conditions and even slow down the aging process. Other potential benefits include memory support, decreased risk of clogged arteries, and possible prevention of some types of cancer.
Vitamin E is one of the most controversial vitamins, primarily because the synthetic form is used in many studies that get reported in the news. Synthetic Vitamin E is called all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, or dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, and sourced from petroleum. Synthetic vitamin E should not be expected to have the same health benefits as natural vitamin E sourced from organic soy, palm oils, and wheat germ. Consumers must be aware of the misleading ingredients used in research and promoted in the news, and be sure to take to the natural form of vitamin E that contains all 4 Tocopherols (alpha, beta, delta and gamma) and when possible, all 4 Tocotrienols (alpha, beta, delta and gamma).
FDA Allowable Health Claims Associated with Vitamin E Supplementation:
- One weak and limited study suggests that vitamin E supplements may reduce the risk of renal cell cancer. The FDA concludes that it is highly uncertain that vitamin E supplements reduce the risk of renal cell cancer.
- One 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, the 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.
- Offers powerful antioxidant protection for the whole body
- Supports cell activity, coordinates the delivery of nutrients to each cell, and protects cell membrane integrity
- Supports healthy heart, brain and immune functions
- May help protect the lungs from environmental pollutants
- Combats free radical damage in the body
- Provides all eight formulations of Vitamin E, including four Tocopherols and four Tocotrienols
- Ingredients provided in a Vegetarian Licaps® capsule for superior absorption
- Convenient serving of one Licaps® capsule per day
- Made using GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)