Non-Synthetic Vitamin E for Whole-Body Health

Get the most out of your vitamin E supplement

Vitamin E compounds are some of the most researched and important nutrients to include in your daily regimen. Vitamin E is actually a family of eight fat-soluble compounds. Grouped into tocopherol and tocotrienol subfamilies, these different kinds of vitamin E do different things inside the body—but all of them are important for whole-body health. With so many different variations, getting the right kind of vitamin E is just as important as getting enough.

4 Reasons Why Everyone Should Take Our Vitamin E Supplements

  • Protects cells from the effects of oxidative stress
  • Promotes nerve & eye health
  • Supports healthy cognitive function
  • Helps maintain healthy immune response

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Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols And Tocotrienols, 60 softgels

Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols & Tocotrienols

Complete spectrum of vitamin E for antioxidant protection

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When it comes to vitamin E, we go by the nutrient’s distinct tocotrienol and tocopherol subfamilies. Make sure you get what’s right for your health goals. Get both with Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols & Tocotrienols.

Tocopherols

The vitamin E tocopherols are good at quenching free radicals, or compounds that cause oxidative stress. Tocopherols also promote a healthy inflammation response, an essential part of maintaining whole-body health. Of the various tocopherols, the gamma sub-fraction is one of the most beneficial.

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Tocotrienols

The vitamin E tocotrienols are lesser known than their tocopherol cousins, but have novel benefits for cellular, cognitive and arterial health. Tocotrienols also benefit eye and nerve health, promote healthy hair growth and immune health, and may help maintain already-healthy cholesterol levels.

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The tocopherol forms of vitamin E are some of the most important for inhibiting oxidative stress and promoting a healthy inflammatory response. The combination of alpha and gamma tocopherols appears to be superior to either form alone—and we’ve enhanced our Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols formula with sesame lignans to boost its effectiveness.

Enhanced vitamin E benefits with sesame lignans

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We added sesame lignans after uncovering research that suggests they may enhance vitamin E activity when combined with gamma tocopherols.

Non-synthetic vitamin E supplement promotes whole-body health.

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Life Extension’s Super Vitamin E supplement provides a non-synthetic and highly bioavailable form of vitamin E for maximum whole-body health benefits.

Complete spectrum of vitamin E for antioxidant protection

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Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols & Tocotrienols contains the complete spectrum of vitamin E compounds for potent antioxidant benefits.

The tocotrienol vitamin E forms provide powerful protection against oxidizing free radicals, supporting heart, brain and cellular health. Our Super Absorbable Tocotrienols use a patented oil that absorbs 250% better on average than conventional tocotrienol extracts. And our Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols & Tocotrienols delivers both families of E for maximum benefits.

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The vitamin E in our Super Absorbable Tocotrienols supplement supports your arteries, brain, eyes and immune system, and promotes healthy hair growth.

Complete spectrum of vitamin E for antioxidant protection

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Gamma E Mixed Tocopherols & Tocotrienols contains the complete spectrum of vitamin E compounds for potent antioxidant benefits.

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What is vitamin E?

Vitamin E is a group of eight fat soluble nutrients. It's found in many foods, such as nuts, seeds, green vegetables like spinach and broccoli, fortified breakfast cereals, and vegetable oils.

What does vitamin E do?

Vitamin E doesn't get the recognition that other vitamins get, but that doesn't make its role in our health any less significant. This antioxidant helps protect cells from free radicals. It also supports a healthy immune system, cognitive function, eye health and skin.

What are the different types of vitamin E?

Vitamin E is broken into two groups: tocopherols and tocotrienols, both of which offer antioxidant benefits. Tocopherols are the most common form of vitamin E, and the alpha and gamma forms seem to work best in combination rather than on their own. There's a growing interest in how tocotrienols—which aren't as easy to come by through diet alone—may provide a more complete approach to achieving optimal health.

How much vitamin E should I take?

While vitamin E is widely accessible in foods, some people may not get enough. Vitamin E supplements offer a convenient way to support your nutritional needs. For best results, choose a formula that contains both tocopherols and tocotrienols.

If you're not sure what dosage to take, speak with your doctor, who can evaluate what other supplements you're taking, how much vitamin E you get from your diet, and your specific health goals, before making a recommendation.

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