is found in plant-based oils, nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables, such as sunflower, safflower, and soybean oil, almonds, peanuts, beet greens, collard greens, spinach, pumpkin, red bell pepper, asparagus
- Improves immunity
- Preventing or treating fine lines and wrinkles
- May prevent sunburn and UV damage
- Skin cancer prevention
- Health of your blood and brain
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with several forms, but alpha-tocopherol is the only one used by the human body. Its main role is to act as an antioxidant, scavenging loose electrons—so-called “free radicals”—that can damage cells. It also enhances immune function and prevents clots from forming in heart arteries.
We’re backed by Science
we believe that there is a better way to live, one that is true to our nature as humans - made by mother earth, yet proven by science. we make products that are good for the body by adding powerful, heritage botanicals, and saying goodbye to chemicals with harmful side effects.
Antioxidant Vitamin E - 2018
The Role of Vitamin E in Human Health and Some Diseases - 2014
Sultan Qaboos Univ Med
The European perspective on vitamin E: current knowledge and future research - 2002
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Impact of dietary supplement of Vitamin E on Immune System - 2017
JIET College of Nursing India