Daily doses of EVNol SupraBio™ – a bioenhanced full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex sourced from Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil – may reduce severe pain (lancinating pain) in diabetic neuropathy patients, according to researchers at the University Science of Malaysia. This Vitamin E Neuroprotection Study (VENUS) was a randomized, double-blind clinical trial focusing on diabetic peripheral... View Article
Article Source : MPOC Vitamin E comprised of 2 subgroups namely the Tocotrienols and Tocopherols. Tocopherols are present in common vegetable oils such as soya and corn while tocotrienols are common in cereal grains such as rye (92mg/kg), oat (210mg/kg), rice bran (465mg/kg) and barley (910mg/kg). Tocotrienols are also in abundance in palm oil (940mg/kg).... View Article
This article provides brief introductions about tocotrienols (vitamin E from palm oil). For more details about palm tocotrienols, please visit the tocotrienol educational website www.tocotrienol.org.
An interesting study on the comparison between tocotrienol and omeprazole (a common medication used to reduce the amount of acid in stomach, and in the treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease and peptic ulcer disease) on gastric growth factors in stress-exposed rats was recently published. Twenty-eight rats were randomly assigned to four groups; two control groups... View Article
New Jersey, USA – ExcelVite, the first in the world and only PIC/S GMP-certified palm phytonutrients producer is pleased to announce that its new tocotrienol product in powder form – EVNolMax™ 20% (T) – is now Non-GMO Project Verified. Between 2014 and 2015, a range of ExcelVite’s palm based tocotrienol and mixed-carotene ingredients have been... View Article
Protect Your Brain with This Crucial Vitamin About 90 percent of American men and 96 percent of women don’t get enough vitamin E in their food or supplements. That’s bad news, because new research shows it’s essential for preventing memory loss. Without this nutrient, the membranes of the brain’s neurons run short of a vital... View Article