Categories for Tocotrienol

Palm Tocotrienol Improves Cognitive Functions and Regulates Brain Metabolic Abnormalities in Alzheimer’s Mice Model

Supplementation of palm tocotrienol complex is able to improve exploratory activity, memory and learning abilities of AβPP/PS1 double transgenic (Tg) Alzheimer’s disease (AD) mice. These results were based on a joint-study conducted by a group of researchers from the National University of Malaysia and Shiga University of Medical Science, Japan. Five-month-old transgenic AD mice were... View Article

Nutricosmetics: Opportunities to Meet Modern Health Needs

Nutricosmetics: Opportunities to Meet Modern Health Needs Discerning consumers are demanding unique products backed by supporting science. By Danielle Rose, Contributing Writer, Nutraceuticals World The market for ingestible beauty products has had a few starts and stops in Western markets. Is there still potential for growth? This article will assess the market direction for nutricosmetics,... View Article

EVNol™ Improves Oxidative Stress Status and Neuronal Cell Damage in Neurodegeneration-Induced Rat

The effectiveness of EVNol™ natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex as neuroprotective and antioxidant agent in chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-induced neurodegeneration was recently demonstrated by a group of researchers from Faculty of Medicine, International Islamic University Malaysia and Menoufia Medical School, Egypt. A 2-vessel occlusion (2VO) rat has neuronal cell death in the hippocampus and cerebral... View Article

ExcelVite Launches Soy-Free Full-Spectrum Vitamin E Ingredient in Liquid, Powder Forms

Article Source: Nutritional Outlook By Jennifer Prince, May 3, 2018 Palm tocotrienol, carotene, and palm oil supplier ExcelVite Inc. (Edison, NJ) is launching what it says is the only non-soy, non-GMO, allergen-free vitamin E ingredient on the market to contain all eight vitamin E isoforms—that is, all four tocopherols and four tocotrienols that comprise vitamin... View Article

Tocotrienols unable to reduce chronic pain, but may minimise ‘stabbing’ pain in diabetics

Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) is nerve damage induced by diabetes and chronically high blood sugar, and affects 26% to 53% of diabetes patients worldwide; 21% to 53% of DPN sufferers experience ongoing neuropathic pain, which decreases their quality of life and has been reported to cost them 4.2 times more in medical expenditure than for... View Article

The Three Great Eras of Vitamin E

Vitamin E products have evolved from a product based on alpha-tocopherol to complete formulas that are bio-enhanced, non-GMO and derived from vegetable oils. Vitamin E is an essential nutrient to support fertility and a powerful fat-soluble antioxidant, which protects cell membranes against damage caused by free radicals. It was one of the first two antioxidant... View Article

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