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.
The following article by Dr. Axe has useful information about palm oil and its phytonutrients (tocotrienols and mixed carotene). We thought it is good to share with you. If you are interested to know which consumer products have received RSPO certification, please visit the RSPO Trademark Products Gallery. xxx xxx xxx Article Source : draxe.com Red... 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
A blog post by Life Extension discusses health benefits of alpha-carotene, which is present in high levels in the Non-GMO Malaysian palm oil. The importance of beta carotene, as it converts to retinol (vitamin A), and its involvement in health and disease prevention are well-known. However, another carotenoid, alpha carotene, not only converts to vitamin A... View Article
How does tocotrienol promote healthy aging? (Admin: In the November issue of the Nutraceutical Business Review (NBR) magazine, ExcelVite contributed this article that explains how EVNol SupraBio™ help us cope with the aging process especially in cognitive and heart health.) When compared with young adults of the same height, weight and level of activity,... View Article
Article source : Medical News Today By Zawn Villines | Last reviewed Sat 14 October 2017 Reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT Tocotrienols are a group of chemicals that are part of the vitamin E family. So far, research has uncovered numerous benefits associated with tocotrienols. Tocopherols are another group of... View Article
Blocking the function of an enzyme in the brain with a specific kind of vitamin E can prevent nerve cells from dying after a stroke, new research suggests. In a study using mouse brain cells, scientists found that the tocotrienol form of vitamin E, an alternative to the popular drugstore supplement, stopped the enzyme from... View Article