Understanding Vitamin E
The Facts & Benefits

The body can not produce vitamin E -it is naturally found in some foods, added to others and can be taken as a dietary supplement.

A lot of people think of vitamin E as one specific vitamin, but in fact, "Vitamin E" is the collective family name for eight fat soluble compounds, that together have many health benefits.

The complete Vitamin E family is composed of:

  • 4 forms of Tocopherols (alpha, beta, gamma and delta)
  • 4 forms of Tocotrienols (alpha, beta, gamma & delta)

Each of these 8 forms of vitamin E has its own biological activity and function in the body. Because each form provides slightly different benefits it is therefore important to ideally consume all 8 types of vitamin E.

The vast majority of Vitamin E supplement only contain one form of Vitamin E, mostly synthetic dl-alpha tocopherol, or the more preferred natural version d-alpha tocopherol.

In order to get the full benefit of vitamin E; especially the benefits to the heart, it is important to get the best full spectrum Vitamin E supplement you can find.

Summary of the key benefits of taking Vitamin E

  • Maintains cell membrane integrity and helps reduce cellular aging
  • E is necessary for the structural and functional maintenance of skeletal, cardiac, and musculature system.
  • Assists in the formation of red blood cells
  • Helps to maintain stores of iron, selenium and vitamin's A and K
  • Can help delay cognitive decline
  • Potent anti oxidant, free radical scavenger of lipids.
  • Helps protect against the oxidative damage that can lead to heart disease.
  • Has preventative effects against cancer; especially prostate cancer.
  • Can help reduce or delay the development of cataracts, and has been shown to increase lens clarity compared to other antioxidants.
  • Improve the metabolism and Immune system, it helps the function of DNA repair and in improves the bodies metabolism processes
  • Vitamin E prevents cholesterol from being converted to plaque.
    Vitamin E plays a major role in reducing inflammation in the body.
  • Skin and lip protection are also well known benefits of vitamin E. It also helps retain moisture in the skin and prevents dryness, itching, and chapping; as well as speeding up wound healing and protecting against UV radiation.

The above benefits of taking vitamin E are the combined advantages of all the tocotrienol and tocopherol forms of vitamin E.

Each of the 8 type of vitamin E have their own unique benefits, Taking a vitamin E supplement with only one type of Vitamin E does not offer the same benefit as taking a Full Spectrum Vitamin E supplement like TocoSential E.

Full Spectrum Vitamin E supplement


Also see:
Full Spectrum Vitamin E supplement - contains all 8 forms of E
Benefits of each type of Tocopherol and Tocotrienol
d Gamma Tocopherol - the new Heart E
Foods containing high Vitamin E content
Natural Vitamin E - don't get the synthetic dl form




 






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