What is Vitamin E?

Education – Whether you are an individual customer or a health care provider, we supply the following information and research summaries to help you make an informed decision.

We invite you to learn more about the science behind Vitamin E, how it came to be in short supply in the typical modern diet, and how specific Vitamin E isomers support specific aspects of human health.

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How Do Tocotrienols Support Heart Health?*

Barrie Tan, Ph.D.; Anne Mueller, MSc American River Nutrition, Inc. Summary Tocotrienols possess a more powerful ability to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels when compared to tocopherols.37 Research also shows that high levels of [...]

What Are Tocotrienols?

Jump to: How do Tocotrienols Support Heart Health?* Summary: The emerging research on tocotrienols is promising; however past research and opinions have emphasized the importance of tocopherols over tocotrienols. The human body indeed prefers alpha [...]

What Are Tocopherols?

What Makes Gamma Tocopherols so Important? Vitamin E activity doesn't come from one single molecule, but from a family of related molecules called tocopherols and tocotrienols. There are four tocopherols (alpha, beta, gamma, and delta) [...]

Recommended Dosages

UNIQUE E® MIXED TOCOPHEROLS Dosage Recommendations As Suggested By Our Healthcare Professionals: Starting Dose              1 softgel per 40 pounds of body weight Maintenance Dose                  1-3 softgels daily General Dosage Rules: Maximum dose 6 softgels [...]

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Natural vs. Synthetic Vitamin E

"Natural Vitamin E supplements outperform synthetic forms, according to a VERIS Research Summary. Results of recent studies suggest that natural Vitamin E is more bioavailable and is retained in body tissues significantly longer than synthetic [...]