November 2006 Issue
Unsung Form of Vitamin E Proving to Be Important to Your Health
Q. Is it true I should look for vitamin E as tocotrienols, instead of alpha-tocopherol, the form of E in my supplement?
A. You may want to think about getting both. Research is beginning to focus on the health benefits of the form of vitamin E known as tocotrienols and preliminary findings are promising.
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