Vitamin E

Native to

Sunflower seeds, almonds, avocados,abalone, mangos, cashews, hazelnuts, salmon, trout


  • Rich in antioxidant
  • Good for longer cell life
  • Boosts immune system
  • Maintains skin health

Vitamin E is needed by the body to carry out its normal function. it is a group of powerful antioxidants that protect cells from oxidative stress. vitamin E deficiency will make the body prone to infections, experience impaired eyesight, suffer from muscle weakness. vitamin E is fat soluble, and plays a great role in protecting body cells from damage.

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.

Partners in defense, vitamin E and vitamin C - 1993

Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology

Direct observation of a free radical interaction between vitamin E and vitamin C - 1979


Vitamin E: action, metabolism and perspectives - 2001

Journal of Physiology and Biochemistry

Vitamin E, antioxidant and nothing more - 2007

Free Radical Biology and Medicine

Vitamin E: Antioxidant Activity, Biokinetics, and Bioavailability - 1990

Annual Review of Nutrition