Vitamin E-400 | 100% Natural


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This natural vitamin E supplement is superior to synthetic vitamin E supplements in many ways.

Vitamin E belongs to a family of 8 antioxidant compounds consisting of four tocopherols: alpha, beta, gamma and delta and 4 tocotreinols: also alpha, beta, gamma and delta.

Natural vs. Synthetic

The most potent, natural form of vitamin E is d-alpha-tocopherol which is superior to the synthetic version, dl-alpha-tocopherol. Natural vitamin E supplement labels must express 100% natural on the label to ensure potency.

Natural vitamin E supplements are believed to be superior to synthetic vitamin E supplements in many ways. Natural vitamin E:

  • Has a higher bioavailability rate/synthetic is only 67% as active
  • Remains longer in body tissues/synthetic is excreted 3 times faster
  • Is made from natural vegetable oils/some synthetics made from petrochemicals
  • Is recognized by the body

Natural Vitamin E in the Body 

The most common form of vitamin E found in foods is gamma-tocopherol even though the body utilizes alpha-tocopherol much more effectively. Alpha-tocopherol can be measured in the blood lipoproteins in approximately ten time higher amounts than gamma-tocopherol.

Vitamin E prevents cell damage in the body by inhibiting the oxidation of lipids, fats and the formation of free radicals. Vitamin E works in cooperation with vitamin C to neutralize free radicals and protects other fat-soluble vitamins from being destroyed by oxidation.

Heart Health

The general consensus in the medical profession tells us there is a connection between vitamin E and heart health. Adding vitamin E to fats and oils prevents them from becoming rancid and gives them antioxidant properties. Oxidation of fats is a key factor in the formation of plaque adhering to blood vessel walls.

Other ways natural vitamin E protects heart health:

  • Prevents the cells’ protective coatings from becoming rancid by attacking free radicals
  • Improves oxygen utilization

Vitamin E’s Other Health Contributions

Protecting the heart is just one of vitamin E’s contributions to health.  Vitamin E plays a part in many other aspects of our well-being.

Vitamin E’s powerful antioxidant properties may also enhance immune responses.

Our skin, hair and nails may show improvement from taking natural vitamin E. This may be seen in the form of:

  • Healthy, glowing skin
  • Shiny, strong hair
  • Nails free from chipping and breaking

For optimal health results consume foods containing vitamin E along with a daily dose of a 100% natural vitamin E supplement. 

Food sources

Asparagus, avocadoes, cold pressed oils, dark leafy greens, legumes, certain nuts/seeds, soybeans, sweet potatoes and whole grains.

*Be cautious when:

  • Taking blood thinners/no more than 200 international units (IU)
  • Diabetic or have rheumatic heart disease or an overactive thyroid/no more than recommended dose
  • You have high blood pressure/start with small amount, then increase slowly

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one softgel daily, preferably with meals.

Other Ingredients: Softgel Capsule (gelatin, glycerin, water, carob), Soybean Oil, Beeswax and Soy Lecithin.  Contains only 100% Natural Vitamin E.

Contains no:  sugar, salt, starch, wheat, gluten, corn, milk, egg, shellfish, preservatives, or titanium dioxide.

Nutrition Facts

100 servings per container

1 softgel
Serving Size

Amount per serving

Not listed

Not listed
Calories From Fat

% Daily Value*

Natural Mixed Tocopherols (d-beta, d-gamma, d-delta) 48 mg

Selenium (from Selenium Yeast)   100 mcg

Vitamin E (as unesterified d-alpha Tocopherol) 400 IU

† Daily Value not established.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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