Vitamin E is the name of a group of fat-soluble compounds that exert distinctive antioxidant activities. It can be found naturally in many vegetable oils, nuts, seeds and green vegetables, or taken as a dietary supplement. Read more at Natural Products INSIDER.
Red palm oil has received a lot of interest in the recent years- in a manner similar to that of the coconut oil. A lot of attention has been drawn because of its potential effects on the human health. Palm oil has been in use for a long time, particularly in some parts of the... View Article
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
Article Source : Baby Boomster You know that vitamin C helps boost your immune system, and vitamin A supports your vision. What if there were a naturally occurring letter vitamin that supports your brain health? Further, what if the federal government was pouring millions of dollars into researching the benefits of this vitamin? The good... View Article
News source : The Star Online BANGI: They are a source of energy and nutrients for our bodies, as well as antioxidants that protect our cells against the effects of free radicals and help to reduce inflammation. These are the good oils that should form a small but essential part of our daily diet. While there... 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.
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