If you’re concerned about your daily intake of Vitamin E, or you have a preexisting condition that impairs your body’s absorption of the vitamin, read on to learn about the two common types of Vitamin E—tocopherols and tocotrienols—and how they work similarly but separately to support growth, development and wellness.
Learn more about why A.C. Grace Vitamin E products are so well-respected! This pre-recorded webinar takes you through the ins and outs of Vitamin E supplementation.
This presentation covers important milestones in vitamin E research and discusses alpha-tocopherol interference with tocotrienol functions. Tocotrienol’s anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties will be examined in cardiometabolic disease and NAFLD, cellular health, the aging bone.
Because of that decision only the alpha-tocopherol portion of a Vitamin E product is considered “Vitamin E,” so, the I.U. content of Vitamin E supplements generally refers to only alpha-tocopherol. But recent research shows that the whole family of Vitamin E isomers provides valuable health benefits.