NOW E-400 Mixed Tocopherols

250 Softgels


Now Foods E-400 Mixed Tocopherols is a major and critical defensive vitamin that fights against lipid peroxidation. Now Foods Vitamin E is contains 100% natural mixed tocopherols also particularly important in protecting the body's cells from free radical and oxidative damage.

: NOW
: 250 Softgels
: 1 Softgel
: 250
: Vitamin E

$19.45 $39.99

Non-Synthetic All Natural Vitamin E!

NOW Vitamin E is a mixed Tocopherols: Vitamin E is actually made up of 8 components known as Tocopherols and Tocotrienols, referred to individually as Delta,Gamma, Beta, and Alpha. This means that a mixed product is more “complete’ and therefore provides more benefits. In general, Vitamin E is well known as a key antioxidant vitamin and is very important in protecting the cells of the body from damage caused by free radicals.

It is important to note that our Vitamin E is natural, NOW does not sell synthetic Vitamin E (indicated by the dl-alpha prefix). Our Vitamin E comes in d-alpha form; this indicates its 100% natural. In fact, NOW is the first company to market an all- natural, unesterified, non-GMO Vitamin E that includes every member, there are eight, of the compounds that make up Vitamin E. This blend is called Tru-E BioComplex.

FAQs

What kind of vegetable oil is in your Vitamin E softgels?

We use soy bean oil in our Vitamin E formulas. For those that would prefer to take a Vitamin E from a different source, you can use our soy-free Dry E-400 capsules or powder.

What's the difference between all these Tocopherols?

There are 8 compounds that make up Vitamin E: alpha-, beta-, gamma- and delta-tocopherol; and alpha-, beta-, gamma- and delta tocotrienols. Each of these compounds from the two groups has different benefits. Research indicates that d-alpha-tocopherol, the most common version of Vitamin E, in fact has the highest bioavailability of any of the 8 compounds. Inclusion of more than just d-alpha means a more complete E product with additional effectiveness.

What is the difference between Unesterfied Vitamin E and just regular Vitamin E?

Unesterified E is the active tocopherol, the preferred version of E and NOW E's are in this form. Regular E is typically combined with acetic acid or sometimes succinic acid.

Does this Vitamin E-400 IU - Mixed Tocopherols/Unesterified contain SOY?

Yes - any 100%-natural Vitamin E comes from a combination of vegetable oils, which includes soy. Even if you have a soy intolerance, you can still use natural Vitamin E, unless soybean oil has been added to the formula as the foundational ingredient.

The FDA has issued a statement regarding Vitamin E: "Some scientific evidence suggests that consumption of antioxidant vitamins may reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer. However, FDA has determined that this evidence is limited and not conclusive.”

SKU: 733739008374 Brand: Category: Purpose: General Health

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Softgel  
Servings Per Container: 250  
 
Amount Per Serving  
 
Vitamin E  
(as unesterified d-alpha Tocopherol plus Mixed Tocopherols: d-beta, d-delta and d-gamma Tocopherol) - 400IU 1330%  
 
Other Ingredients:  
Softgel Capsule (gelatin, glycerin, water) and Vegetable Oil Concentrate. Contains soy derivative.  
 
Contains No:  
Sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives.

Directions

Take one softgel per day with food.

Warnings

* No claims found on this web page or in print have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. No claim or opinion about weight loss, bodybuilding or general health on this web page is intended to be, nor should be construed to be, medical advice. Please consult with a healthcare professional before starting any weight loss diet or exercise program.

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