UNIQUE E® Mixed Tocopherols Concentrate (OPTIMUM E COMPLEX)
Mixed Tocopherols – THE STANDARD IN THE INDUSTRY for 50 years! PURE, natural UNIQUE E® Vitamin E concentrate consists of the natural form of Vitamin E containing NO fillers, allergens, colors, or vegetable oil. Kosher friendly. Each 700mg beef softgel mixed tocopherols contains the highest concentration of the complete Vitamin E tocopherol complex — HIGH-Gamma, HIGH-Alpha, with Beta and Delta isomers — completely void of fillers or additives that can turn rancid. This all-natural, PURE Vitamin E concentrate consists of the natural form of Vitamin E as obtained through the diet and as used by the body.
Mixed Tocopherols – Available in two sizes — 120-softgel bottle and an “easy travel size” 30-softgel bottle.
- Contains the Highest Concentrations of PURE Vitamin E available
- 700mg of the natural vitamin E complex of molecules
- High d-gamma tocopherol, with a minimum of 300mg per softgel
- 400 I.U. of alpha-tocopherol (268mg) per softgel
- Strict quality control measures that conform to our high standards
Does Not Contain
- Void of Fillers, Allergens, or Additives
- Contains no soy oil, soy protein, gluten, or other fillers
- Kosher friendly
There are three general dosage recommendations:
Maintenance Dose: 1-3 softgels daily
Therapeutic Dose: 1 softgel (400 I.U.) per 40 pounds of body weight
Intensive Dose: 4-6 softgel regardless of body weight
General Dosage Rules:
Maximum dose 6 softgel (2400 I.U.)—more than this is usually wasted.
Entire dosage to be taken ALL AT ONCE.
Best effect when dosage is taken WITH a meal.
What about vitamin E and drug interactions?
People using drugs such as blood-thinners, cholesterol medications, blood pressure medications, etc, should always start with 1 softgel (400 I.U.) and work up to optimum dosage over time as needed. Vitamin E can temporarily increase blood pressure in individuals with high blood pressure—monitoring dosage is required. However, it has been reported that, over time, vitamin E supplementation can support healthy blood pressure levels. Always speak with your primary health care provider before adding this or any other dietary supplement to your daily health regimen.* Vitamin E is fat soluble, what about liver toxicity, what level is safe?
Unlike other fat soluble vitamins, vitamin E is NOT accumulated in the liver. This astonishing fact was recently proven in a paper entitled, Vitamin E Trafficking (see references below). The authors report, “the liver does not accumulate ‘toxic’ amounts of vitamin E. Excess vitamin E is not accumulated in the liver, but is excreted, mostly in bile, via a p-glycoprotein (ABCB4)-mediated process.” Speak with your primary health care provider to determine a dosage that is appropriate for your health goals.*
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